Chelsea legend Tommy Langley unhappy at Moses' bench-warming role at the Bridge

Chelsea legend Tommy Langley unhappy at Moses' bench-warming role at the Bridge

- Former Blues star Tommy Langley is not happy with Victor Moses lack of enough games at Stamford Bridge

- The ex-Nigerian star last featured for the west London club in the Premier League in September in their 1-1 draw against Liverpool

- Moses up until this season was impressive for his side since the arrival of Conte in 2016

Former Chelsea striker Tommy Langley has insisted that ex-Super Eagles star Victor Moses is not happy at the Stamford Bridge.

The 28-year-old had an impressive back to back seasons under Antonio Conte, but has struggled to break into Maurizio Sarri's first eleven this term.

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Despite playing an attacking role, Moses was converted to wing back position, yet excelled in an alien role and helped the Blues win one Premier League and FA Cup titles.

The 60-year-old believes the former Nigerian star will always be interested in playing and contributing his quote to the success of the team.

"I feel sorry for Victor Moses”, Langley said on Chelsea TV.

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"He had a fantastic time two years ago and it culminates on him not even being on the bench.

"So he is someone who will want to play football matches. He's not happy sitting on his backside in the stand watching the game."

Moses joined the Blues from Wigan Athletics in the summer of 2012 but didn't break into the team until 2016 when Conte arrived at the Bridge.

However, the departure of the Italian tactician has also relegated the winger to the bench as the new manager plays different style of football.

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Meanwhile, the player might leave the Stamford Bridge outfit during the January transfer window with his former club Crystal Palace the likely destination.

However, when Chelsea take on Leicester City on Saturday, he will be hoping to play a part in the encounter.

Legit.ng earlier reported that former Nigerian international Victor Moses has been told by Maurizio Sarri he is free to leave Chelsea.

The 27-year-old has only played 26 minutes of Premier League action this season and the Italian had made it clear he is not part of his plans.

According to Italian media out Calciomercato, his boyhood club, Crystal Palace have made an offer to the winger for a return to Selhurst Park.

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