Victor Moses arrives Istanbul ahead of move to Fenerbahce

Victor Moses arrives Istanbul ahead of move to Fenerbahce

- Victor Moses is on the verge of joining Turkish club Fenerbahce

- Moses arrived Istanbul on Wednesday night, January 23, and he will be signing his deal on Thursday, January 24

- Lack of active playing time at Stamford Bridge under Maurizio Sarri forced Victor Moses out of Chelsea

Chelsea star Victor Moses on Wednesday night, January 23, arrived Istanbul with his partner ahead of a loan move to Turkish giants Fenerbahce.

Since the arrival of Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri, Victor Moses has been struggling for regular games under the former Napoli manager.

The former Super Eagles star has only featured in just one Premier League game this season for Chelsea who are currently occupying fourth position on the EPL standings with 47 points.

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He was initially reported to be considering moving to the Chinese Super League before he changed his decision to join Fenerbahce.

Victor Moses won three major titles with Chelsea, the Europa League in 2013, Premier League in 2017 and FA Cup 2018.

There are also reports that the 28-year-old former Wigan star has been convinced to make a return to the national team ahead of the Super Eagles 2019 campaign at the AFCON.

Earlier, had reported how the Nigeria Football Federation confirmed that Chelsea winger Victor Moses is eager to make a return to the Super Eagles ahead of the 2019 African Cup of Nations.

Victor Moses announced his retirement from international football after the Super Eagles' campaign at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

And while speaking on Channels TV on Friday night, NFF president Amaju Pinnick made it clear that he is in touch with Victor Moses over a possible return to the Super Eagles. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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