Chelsea winger Victor Moses has been told that he has no future at the club and he could leave Stamford Bridge during the upcoming transfer window scheduled to begin as from the first of next month.
New Blues manager Maurizio Sarri had told the recently retired Super Eagles player that he’s not in his plans.
Italian tactician revealed that Victor Moses and teammate Danny Drinkwater are not in his plans.
The Sun claim that several clubs are ready to rescue Victor Moses from his Chelsea nightmare under Maurizio Sarri but his wages could be a big problem for them.
Premier League sides like Crystal Palace, Fulham, West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers but they might be unable to meet up with his £130,000 per week wages at Chelsea.
Victor Moses came through the ranks at Crystal Palace before he left the club in 2010 for financial reasons.
The Nigerian player made 69 appearances for Crystal Palace before joining Championship side Woman Athletic.
He spent two years with the Latics before securing a transfer to Chelsea in the summer of 2012.
Victor Moses was sent out on loan to clubs like Liverpool and West Ham United before he became a Chelsea regular under manager Antonio Conte.
He has been on the fringes of the Chelsea team since Sarri became manager in the summer.