- Victor Moses may have to leave Chelsea before the end of the transfer
- Chelsea manager Frank Lampard stated that the Nigerian is not in his plan
- Moses played for Inter Milan last season on loan from the Stamford Bridge side
Victor Moses' hopes of playing for Premier League side Chelsea this season has been thrown into serious uncertainty after the Blues manager stated that the Nigerian is not in his plan.
The former Super Eagles star established himself as a key figure at right-wing back under Conte, but struggled to hold down a regular berth under his successor Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
Moses later spent time on loan at Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahce and Serie A giants Inter Milan before he returned to Chelsea before the start of the ongoing League season.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has made big signings this summer even though the Blues have not yet gotten their rhythm so far in the Premier League.
Moses was not allotted a jersey number by Chelsea for the 2020/2021 Premier League season casting doubts about his future at the London based side.
There were talks he could still feature for Chelsea this term following their hectic schedule and injuries to Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech.
“At the moment, Victor isn’t in that moment with us. He isn’t in the bubble with us at the training ground but I know him well and trained with him,'' Lampard explained according to the video made available on Twitter.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Edouard Mendy’s move to Chelsea attracted FIFA, as the world’s football governing body urges the club fans to welcome their new goalkeeper, in their latest post.
The 28-year-old joined the Stamford Bridge outfit as the Blues finally confirm their latest man has signed a five-year deal.
Mendy joined the Premier League giants from French club Rennes for a fee reported to be around £22 million.
The Senegalese shot-stopper is expected to compete with Kepa Arrizalaga and Willy Caballero in the number one position after the Spaniard posted strings of errors recently and in the last campaign.
After the Senegalese was unveiled, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) shared a clip of the shot stopper on social media with the caption: “The one and only Édouard Osoque Mendy.”
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