Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace are certain that they will secure the return of Chelsea winger Victor Moses back to Selhurst Park when the mid-season winter transfer window reopens next month.
This is as per the report from the London Evening Standard.
Crystal Palace are said to be keen to sign the recently retired Nigerian international who has found first team opportunities hard to come by under new Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri since the Italian tactician took charge in the summer.
Sarri has already told him to look for a new club alongside teammate Danny Drinkwater as he revealed that both players don’t fit into his plans.
Victor Moses was a regular fixture in the Chelsea starting XI in the last two seasons under former Blues boss Antonio Conte.
Former Juventus manager Conte was sacked in the summer after an underwhelming season.
Victor Moses would welcome a return to Crystal Palace where he’s guaranteed more first team opportunities.
The 28-year-old rose through the ranks at Crystal Palace before leaving the club in 2010 for financial reasons.
The Eagles were forced to sell their best players including Victor Moses.
He signed for Wigan Athletic where he spent two years before moving to Chelsea in the summer of 2012.