- Victor Moses will be given another opportunity to revive this career at Chelsea by Frank Lampard
- Reports claim Lampard wants his former teammate who is currently on loan with Fenerbache to join his young squad
- Moses has spent four loans spells with four different clubs in his career including Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham
Victor Moses is reportedly getting set to make a return to Chelsea when the January transfer window opens.
According to Turkish news media outfit Fanatik, the former Nigerian international is plotting to make a comeback to Stamford Bridge with the approval of Blues manager Frank Lampard.
Moses and Lampard were teammates in the Nigerian's first season at the west London club and the ex-England midfielder is aware of his qualities.
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The 28-year-old left Chelsea for Fenerbache in January 2018 after he was frozen out by former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri.
He was linked to rejoin Antonio Conte at Inter Milan during the summer but the Italian manager preferred bringing in Hertha Berlin's Valentino Lazaro.
Moses is currently nursing a muscle injury since Fenerbache's opening day fixture in the 2019-20 Super Lig campaign but the Edo state born attacker is close to getting back into full fitness.
The Wigan winger has played for four different clubs on loan in his career including Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham and now Fenerbache.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Philip Billing has opened up on how Everton star Alex Iwobi tried to lure him into playing for Nigeria.
The Bournemouth center-back has been invited to play for Denmark in the crucial Euro 2020 qualifier against Switzerland.
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