West London giants Chelsea have reportedly turned down a permanent transfer for one of their loan players.
According to the publication from popular media portal Goal, Turkish giants Fenerbahce want to sign Victor Moses permanently but they face serious opposition from Chelsea due to the transfer fee being offered.
Earlier this year, Fenerbahce completed the loan signing of the former Super Eagles of Nigeria winger until the end of next season.
Victor Moses has been in very good form for the Turkish club since he joined them during the January transfer window.
The former West Ham United and Liverpool player has scored twice in eight appearances to boost Fenerbahce in their quest to survive relegation at the end of this season.
The fallen giants have been flirting with relegation for the better part of this season in what has been a surprise in both Turkey and outside the country.
Fenerbahce want to make Victor Moses’ loan deal permanent and they have offered just €5m for him.
The said transfer fee was immediately turned down by Chelsea who obviously want more for their player.
Fenerbahce were hoping to offer a small amount of money to sign Victor Moses with the club still battling with serious financial problems