Chelsea winger Victor Moses is one step away from becoming a Fenerbahce player after completing his medical today.
According to BBC Sports, the 28-year-old winger had his medical today and he is expected to sign a six-month loan contract with the Turkish giants later tomorrow.
From a regular starter to a fringe player, that’s the best way to explain Moses stay at Stamford Bridge in the last 12 months.
He was one of the most regular players under Antonio Conte but things drastically changed for bad immediately Sarri takes over from his compatriot Antonio Conte prior to the start of the season.
The right-back was dropped to the bench by the 68-year-old manager who has no trust in a 3-4-3 formation.
At some point in the first half of the season, the player failed to make Sarri’s team list and that was how things have been for the adventurous and skillful winger.
Meanwhile, his move to Fenerbahce is a six-month loan deal but it’s unknown if the Turkish side includes an outright purchase clause in the deal.
The former Wigan Athletic player joined the Stamford Bridge outfits in 2012 and has featured in 128, scoring 28 goals in the process.
He will be hoping to rejuvenate his career with the Yellow Canaries and hope that Sarri will give him a chance to prove his qualities just as Antonio Conte did throughout his two years stay as Chelsea boss.
Moses was loaned out to West Ham, Stoke City, and Liverpool during José Mourinho’s regime at Stamford Bridge.