Fulham Lead Race To Sign Moses

Fulham Lead Race To Sign Moses

Nigerian winger Victor Moses is close to joining relegation-threatened English Premier League side Fulham, according to British station, Love Sport Radio.

Moses has been a bit-part player at Chelsea this season under new manager Maurizio Sarri featuring in only six games across all competitions.

The 27-year-old was a key member of Antonio Conte’s team that lifted the title at the end of the 2016/17 season. He also helped the Blues lift the English FA Cup last season.

Cardiff City and Crystal Palace are also reportedly interested in landing the former Liverpool, West Ham and Stoke City star from Chelsea.

The report also added that  Claudio Ranieri’s side have tabled offers for the Blues duo of Gary Cahill and Danny Drinkwater with an announcement expected to be made before the end of the week.

Cahill, 33, is currently the captain of the Premier Lague giants but has rarely featured under new manager Maurizio Sarri, who has preferred the David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger in defence this season.

The veteran defender has been subject of interest from Arsenal but the Cottagers have acted swiftly, with Cahill, along with his two teammates taking a tour of the club’s training ground on Tuesday.
Drinkwater, 28, on his part was a key part of Ranieri’s title-winning side at Leicester which subsequently earned the midfielder a £35million switch to Chelsea.

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  • Presh 5 years ago

    Go for it Victor Moses, no time.

  • Can Fulham pay him the 100,000 pounds or so per week he’s currently earning at Chelsea? Would he be willing to take a paycut to say $55,000 to move to a mid-level EPL team? I know at this point in his career, Moses won’t be just concerned about playing time, but how much he earns. If no club in EPL can afford his present wages, I suspect he may follow the money to China, just as Mikel and Ighalo did.

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