By James Agberebi:
Stoke City boss, Mark Hughes, has hinted that Victor Moses could be in Chelsea’s plans for the 2015/2016 EPL season.
According to the club’s official twitter handle, Hughes made this known in Tuesday’s press conference ahead of Stoke City’s Barclays Asia Trophy opener against Everton on Wednesday.
Hughes, who has managed Manchester City and Fulham in the past, praised Moses for his performance for the Potters last season.
“I think Chelsea have taken a view on Victor Moses and their thinking is that they would like to keep him. He did well for us last year.”
Moses joined Chelsea in the 2012/2013 season where he played 23 league games, scoring one goal.
He was loaned to Liverpool ahead of the 2013/2014 season and featured in 19 games for the Reds, and finding the back of the net once.
He was sent out on loan again to Stoke City where he scored three goals in 19 appearances.