Russian Premier League club Spartak Moscow have agreed to sign Victor Moses on a permanent deal from Chelsea. He spent six months and made a massive impact.
Russian giants Spartak Moscow on Sunday night, May 16, forced hosts FK Akhmat to 2-2 draw in which Nigerian footballer star Victor Moses scored the second goal.
Victor Moses bagged a red card in Chelsea's 2-1 defeat to Arsenal at Wembley Stadium in 2017, 24 hours to his wedding and he had to deal with the nightmare.
Victor Moses is expected to leave Chelsea on a permanent basis during the summer transfer window as he is currently on loan at Russian club side Spartak Moscow.
Former Super Eagles forward Victor Moses has explained that fears not to get injured made him to put an end to his acrobatic back-flip on the football pitch.
Victor Moses marks the arrival of his baby boy with a stunning goal for Russian League side Spartak Moscow in their 3-2 triumph over FC Rostov on Easter Sunday.