- Victor Moses could end up not sealing a permanent contract with Turkish club Fenerbahce
- The Turkish team are facing UEFA probe and have also expressed concern over Moses wages
- Moses will likely head back to Chelsea next summer, but his next move remains uncertain
Victor Moses, ex-Super Eagles and Chelsea winger, is reportedly facing uncertainty in his bid to seal permanent stay at top Turkish club Fenerbahce.
The Super Lig giants are reportedly unwilling to extend Moses contract beyond their loan agreement.
In addition, the report suggests his £75,000-a-week salary is on the high side, not forgetting fee needed to seal the deal.
Interestingly, Moses' current deal with Chelsea runs out in 2021, meaning the winger can leave West London on a cheaper fee when transfer window opens next summer.
However, the ex-Super Eagles star has continued to excel in the colours of Fenerbahce, netting four times in 14 Super Lig games last campaign.
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Currently, Moses is down with a muscle injury and has not featured for Fenerbahce since netting a goal and an assist in the 5-0 win over Gazisehir, in their opening fixture of the 2019-20 campaign on August 19.
At the last count, Fenerbahce failed to book a spot for Europe last season, while the Super Lig giants are facing UEFA probe for failing to respect UEFA’s Financial Fair Play target of not balance their books.
Legit.ng reported earlier that Alex Iwobi made the most talked about summer transfer move among Nigerian players scattered all over Europe.
The Super Eagles midfielder completed a deadline day move from Arsenal to Everton for a fee reported to be around £35 million.
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