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Moses Joins Spartak Moscow On Loan

Moses Joins Spartak Moscow On Loan

Russian club Spartak Moscow have announced the signing of Nigeria winger Victor Moses from Chelsea, reports Completesports.com.

Moses joined Spartak Moscow on loan until the end of the season with an option to buy.

“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!” reads a statement on the club’s official website.

“Moses is a versatile footballer capable of playing in a variety of offensive positions, while in Nigeria and former clubs he has been more likely to play on the right flank. Including – as an extreme attacking defender.

“Victor was born in Nigeria, where he lived until the age of 11, and then ended up in England and studied at the academy of the London club “Crystal Palace”, where he began his professional career.

“Moses has also played for English Wigan, Chelsea, Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham, Turkish Fenerbahce and Italian Inter.

“As part of Chelsea, the red-and-white rookie became the champion of England, the winner of the National Cup and the Europa League. In total, Moses played 128 matches for Londoners, in which he scored 18 goals and made 13 assists.

The 29-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at Serie A club Inter Milan.

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  • Kenny 4 years ago

    Good move than to sit on bench

    • JimmyBall 4 years ago

      … Whatever made victor Moses quit international football should be looked at critically if it is personal grievance that can still be fixed. Victor Moses whenever fit is an asset to Super Eagles… We still do not have as many players in his class in present day Eagles… If he is to return back to international football with Nigeria, I will personally welcome the idea. He can still be very useful for one more Afcon and World cup… IMHO.

      • Patrick Izekor 4 years ago

        well spoken my bro. Let the NFF swallow their pride. They should go and speak to him about their plans for Afcon and the world cup.

      • ugo iwunze 4 years ago

        His form has dropped big time, but he is still in top 5 of what Nigeria currently have based on what we possess at our disposal. I would put the likes of chukwueze, Chidera Ejuke, Ademola Lookman ahead of Moses to be called up because they need the experience more, however In saying that Calling up Victor Moses is a much better Idea in fact, 1000 percent better of an Idea than Ahmed Musa….IMHO

  • I wish Moses Rescinds his decision to retire from international football because, I feel that will be the only thing that will Make GR let go of his Love Relationship with Ahmed Musa.

  • I think he left because of the coach, poor tactics, poor selection, late substitute, poor reading of the game, conservatism football,

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