Reports in the course of the last couple days showed that Spartak Moscow were thinking about a loan move for Victor Moses, and apparently the deal will soon be done.
As per Gianluca Di Marzio and Goal, Victor Moses has agreed personal terms with the Russian Premier League club, who had also made enquires about Serge Aurier and Kiko Femenia with Tottenham Hotspur and Watford, respectively, and he will soon travel to Russia for his medical.
Victor Moses is evidently experiencing a hip problem presently that he sustained last season, however that is probably not going to stop the move.
Victor Moses has played in a few behind closed door friendlies at Cobham — he even scored the only Chelsea goal in our 1-1 draw with Wimbledon a month ago — will sign a one-year extension since his present Chelsea contract terminates in 2021, and we wouldn’t have any desire to lose him for nothing the following summer. There will supposedly also be a €10m buy option embedded into the contract.
Spartak Moscow are overseen by ex-Schalke manager Domenico Tedesco, who has implemented his famed three-man backline at Krasno-Belye. His use of wingbacks ought to thusly suit Victor Moses’ range of talents.
The Nigerian spent the first of last season at Fenerbahce and the second half at Inter Milan, and earned not exactly sparkling reviews in both those spells. He will unquestionably hope to improve in his newest adventure.