Chelsea set to part ways with 30-year-old versatile midfielder

By | June 1, 2021

Chelsea are reportedly expected to part ways with long-serving midfielder Victor Moses on a permanent basis when the transfer window will be re-opened in the summer,

Moses has played 128 games for the Blues in all competitions, his best season coming in 2016-17 as he helped the team win the Premier League under Antonio Conte.

However, Nigeria international is currently spending his seventh loan spell at Russian giants Spartak Moscow.

According to Goal, Spartak  Moscow are obliged to sign the versatile wide player for £4m should they qualify for the Champions League.

That target was effectively achieved on Monday night with a 2-1 win over Khimki, leaving a loss and 10-goal swing on the final day of the campaign as the only way that Spartak will miss out on European football’s premier competition.

The 30-year-old versatile midfielder has enjoyed a productive season, founding back of the net three times and provided two assists from 18 games on either side of midfield.

Meanwhile, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea are all reportedly keeping a close eye on the developments surrounding Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez.

The 23-year-old was heavily linked with Barcelona during last summer’s transfer window, however, ultimately stayed with Inter and has enjoyed another strong season.