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Fenerbahce Not Keen On Signing Moses From Chelsea On Permanent Deal

Fenerbahce Not Keen On Signing Moses From Chelsea On Permanent Deal

Turkish giants Fenerbahce are unlikely to sign Nigeria winger Victor Moses on a permanent deal due to his high wage demands, reports Completesports.com.

Moses, 28, is on £75,000 -a- week wages and Fenerbahce according to reports in British media cannot afford to pay him that much in addition to the fee needed to sign him.

The former Nigeria international linked up with Fenerbahce from Chelsea on an 18-month loan deal in January 2018 with a purchase option inserted in the deal.

Moses’ s contract with Chelsea will expire in 2021 and it will leave the player available to leave on a cut-price deal next summer.

He scored four goals in 14 league appearances for Fenerbahce last season.

The winger had previously spent time on loan at Liverpool, West Ham United and Stoke City.

Fenerbahce failed to qualify for Europe last season, while they are also facing sanctions for a failure to appease UEFA’s Financial Fair Play target that required them to balance spending with revenue.

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  • Mr Moses i think better thing for you is to revise ur decision and go back to national duty even if you don’t play games because many of the guys are far better than u.because Mikel,yobo,okocha,kanu,are not mad even many of former super eagles,think twice boy

  • Edoman 2 years ago

    Anyone who refused to play for his National team always live to regret it. Your days in this Game you love so much is now numbered. I am sure Rohr is no more interested in your coming back to the Nigeria Team even if Moses wants to come back.

    Every Edo man knew you messed up right in the day you willingly refused to play for your father and mother’s land. Now, my fellow Edo son, it’s over on a roller-coaster down-hill.