- Victor Moses is back in training with Fenerbache after 7 weeks layoff
- The ex-Super Eagles star ruptured his upper muscle in August during Fernerbache’s 5-0 win over Gazisehir Gaziantep FK
- Moses could travel with Fernerbache to face Denizlispor next weekend
Ex-Super Eagles and Chelsea winger Victor Moses has returned to training with Turkish giants Fenerbache early in the week after seven weeks on the sidelines.
The 28-year-old Moses injured his upper muscle during Fernerbache’s 5-0 win over Gazisehir Gaziantep FK back in August.
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Moses, who is currently on loan at the Super Lig giants, opted to receive treatment in Turkey instead of heading back to England with Fenerbache taking full responsibility of his injury.
At the last count, the former Nigerian international has not tasted action in the Turkish topflight for six games, but could play a part for Fenerbache during next weekend’s away trip to Denizlispor.
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Legit.ng reported earlier that 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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