Chelsea star Victor Moser is not in any way close to adding to the three appearances he already had under Sarri so far this season.
The 27-year-old has been told he’s not wanted at Stamford Bridge and he’s free to leave as early as the January transfer market commence.
Being in this kind of situation is nothing new to the Nigerian winger, remember he wasn’t rated by José Mourinho during the Portuguese reign at Stamford Bridge.
He was told he’s surplus to requirements by the former Real manager, hence, he spent at least three seasons on loan as he searched for a manager who trusts his ability and tricks at the right flank.
As much as playing at Stamford Bridge brings pride and class to players, Moses should be too concerned about his lack of regular action under Sarri.
The former England youth player should be more concerned about his future and the step to take so as to bring his career back on track.
Talking of Moses future, reports suggest that the Blues are willing to release the former Wigan Athletics player as long as his suitors are ready to release £12m in January.
£12m is a very low price tag on a player who’s won a Europa League Cup, FA Cup, Premier League and many man-of-the-match awards.
However, that’s the condition Moses finds himself. Rather, that’s the condition Maurizio Sarri puts the one-time Chelsea’s most important player.
With such price tag, it won’t be too long the player will get numerous suitors queuing for his signature.
As Matter of fact, two clubs have already signalled their intentions to lure Moses to their respective clubs.
Fulham and Crystal Palace are reportedly set to compete for the 27-year-old’s services. Both teams are currently struggling to keep their place in the League and they believe the acquisition of Moses will help boost their survival rate.
Where should Moses move to Fulham or Crystal Palace?
Claudio is Ranieri needs no introduction. He was at Leicester City sometimes last season but was sacked by the Foxes hierarchy due to a poor run of results.
The Italian manager is known for his attacking style of play but he is being unable to transform the Cottagers into the team he wants to see.
Moses will surely fit into the team’s setup as his pace and dribbling skills will help the team at the right flank of attack.
As much as he will get regular game-time under Ranieri, it isn’t certain the team won’t return back to lower League (Championship ) by the end of the campaign and that won’t be too good for the 27-year-old.
A move to the Selhurst Park Stadium mean a homecoming to Moses. This is because he began his professional career with the Eagles before a switch to Wigan, followed by Chelsea.
The player will form a deadly frontline alongside Zaha and Christian Benteke. However, it is unclear if Roy Hodgson would be easily convinced to start him as soon as he joins the team in January.
We keep our fingers crossed as we closely watch Moses makes another important decision in his football career.