Moses Ruled Out For The Rest Of Season Over Injury

Moses Ruled Out For The Rest Of Season Over Injury

–Set for Chelsea return

Victor Moses has been ruled out for the season in a blow to Stoke City’s hopes of securing a top-10 finish.

According to telegraph.co.uk, Moses is expected to be out for about six weeks after suffering a complex hamstring problem in the 1-1 draw at West Ham United on Saturday.

The Nigeria international will return to parent club Chelsea for treatment following the results of a scan at Stoke’s training ground yesterday.

Stoke were initially hopeful Moses had only picked up a hamstring injury, but the scan has also revealed an issue with the winger’s tendon.

Mark Hughes, the manager, is now resigned to being without the 24-year-old for the remainder of the campaign.
Moses’s injury could also impact on Stoke’s bid to sign him permanently in the summer.

A £9 million signing from Wigan Athletic in August 2012, Moses has scored four goals for Stoke since joining on loan.

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