- Victor Moses joins Russian side Spartak Moscow on loan from Chelsea
- The 29-year-old embarks on his sixth move away from the London club for the rest of this season
- Moses was part of Antonio Conte's Inter Milan that suffered defeat to Sevilla in the Europa League final last term
Nigerian winger Victor Moses has completed a season-long loan move to Russian topflight side Spartak Moscow.
The Red-Whites are currently second on the log with 21 points - same as Zenit Saint Petersburg after 10 rounds of games.
He embarked on his sixth temporary move away from the Stamford Bridge following his failure to return to Inter Milan, where he spent the second half of the last campaign.
The former Super Eagles attacker had equally enjoyed stints at Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham, Fenerbahce and the Serie A outfit.
Moses was part of Antonio Conte's squad that reached the final of last term's Europa League final but were denied a chance to lift the title by Sevilla.
The Russian club has also confirmed the arrival of the Nigerian star on their official Twitter handle, giving the player a rousing welcome. They said:
"Victor Moses is a Spartak player! Spartak Moscow and Chelsea have agreed the transfer of Nigerian star Victor Moses to our club.
"The loan agreement with the 29-year-old midfielder is until the end of the season with the option to buy. Welcome, Victor."
They also confirmed that they have an option to make his deal permanent at the end of his loan spell at this season.
Moses joined the London club in 2012 from Wigan Athletic and has gone ahead to win one Premier League and a FA Cup.
He has 18 goals credited to his name after 128 appearances for the one time UEFA Champions League winner.
The 29-year-old featured in 38 games and scored 12 goals for Nigeria before retiring from international football after the 2018 World Cup.
Legit.ng earlier reported that 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 the right-wing back under Conte, but struggled to hold down a regular berth under his successor Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
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