Done deal? In-demand attacker agree Chelsea transfer but on one condition

Nigeria international Victor Moses is set to leave Stamford Bridge this month after failing to feature in a single match under Maurizio Sarri since the Italian grabbed the reins of outfit.

Moses has been trimmed out of Chelsea since Sarri took the job last summer.

Turkish side Fenerbache are keen to sign the Nigerian and are reportedly closing in on the deal. However, the flanker will not join the Turkish side unless they can cough up 200,000 euros in their bid to lure him to the struggling side.

Fenerbache are 17th on the Super Lig table and risk being relegated. Moses has informed the club he would join them and help them avoid the crushing jaws of relegation if the club decides to hand him 200,000 euros.

Newsoutlet Fotspur say Moses wants to avoid getting his name defamed or stained should the Turkish side get relegated.

The Nigerian international has also won interests from Cardiff City, Crystal Palace and Fulham.

The winger is down the pecking order at Chelsea and despite being one of the spines of Blues attack during Antonio Conte’s reign as the club’s manager, the winger has faded into oblivion since Sarri stepped in as boss.

Chelsea are third on the Premier League log, and will take on Huddersfield as they tighten their grips on the top four.

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  1. I think it’s wise for Chelsea to find two good strikers who will play together at same time to boost our attack, we play good game but we don’t score. Apart from this, Sarri should change his way of attack that is using Hazard as a fauls 9, Hazard is good coming from the mid annoying the free roll. Lastly, Sarri should tell the guys to shoot from even outside the box or whenever they get a chancelike what Berkley was doinng in his early matches.

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