Chelsea out of favor winger/wing-back Victor Moses could be heading to Turkish side Fenerbahce next week as reports suggest the Istanbul-based club are willing to meet his weekly demand of £130, 000.
It was initially speculated that the former Nigerian international isn’t ready to leave England as he wants to remain with his family.
However, latest rumor from Footballlive.ng revealed the player’s change of mind and the media outlet claimed the Turkish giants are on the verge of breaking the bank for his services this month.
The Nigerian-based media publication further suggests that Crystal Palace, Huddersfield Town, Fulham and Cardiff City are all in the race to sign the exciting winger.
The four interested clubs are struggling to keep their Premier League status by the end of the current campaign, therefore, they want to lure the adventurous and quality wing-back to their respective teams at the ongoing transfer window.
Moses was an integral part of the Blues team throughout Conte’s two-season spell at Stamford Bridge, but couldn’t retain his place in the team under Maurizio Sarri.
He has featured in just six games in all competitions this season and it appears he has no future with the West London outfits as long as Sarri remains at the helm of affairs.
It should be recalled that the 27-year-old signed a four-year contract in match 2017, hence, he still has two years left in his contract with the Blues.