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Wolves Lead Race to Sign Moses

Wolves Lead Race to Sign Moses

Nigerian winger Victor Moses could join English Premier League side, Wolverhampton Wanderers when the January transfer window reopens reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

 

Moses, a former Nigerian international was heavily linked to Wolverhampton Wanderers at the start of the season but the deal fell through after the Nuno Espirito’s side failed to match his valuation.

 

But according to hitc.com, Wolverhampton Wanderers are set to rekindle their interest for the 27-year-old who has seen limited playing time this season at Chelsea with just five appearances this season.

 

The former Crystal Palace and Wigan Athletic winger – who earns £75,000 per week as salary, according to Spotrac.com has just seen 26 minutes of action in the English Premier League and 49 minutes in the UEFA Europa League so far this season.

 

On Saturday Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri suggested that Moses could leave in the January transfer window as he does not fit his style.

 

“Moses is more suitable for playing like a wing back, than a winger or a fullback. Do they have a future at Chelsea? I don’t know.

 

They have to improve but their characteristics are a little bit different,” Sarri told The London Evening Standard.

 

Chelsea are currently second in the EPL table while Wolverhampton Wanderers are 11th in the standings.

COMMENTS

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  • Paulos8 2 weeks ago

    Wait o…if he earns £75000 a week that is #35550000 a week. That is #142200000 a month. This is Much jeez!!

  • Edoman of New Jersey, USA 2 weeks ago

    I hope Moses will fit-in in Wolves. Moses have been playing most of his games recently by his head and not by his heart. A lot of Nigeria technical committee members of the NFF were secretly relieved perhaps, that Moses (27) suddenly abandoned and escaped into his own world, instead of playing for the National Team project that brought him fame & fortunes. They all noticed that he would unnecessarily wants to play most of the dead balls that most often he is not suited for. How can he not allow young Iheanacho to be playing those accurate free kicks like the one he played and scored against Argentina in Russia in that epic friendly match. On his personal level. how can Moses (27) say if he should stop playing football today, he Moses, would go into the Real Estates business? Imo, that is not how a real professional talk. l mean, a professional who plays with their hearts and not with their heads. A lot of folks in Benin City, where Bendel Insurance just won their rights to play after decades of absence and thanks to our able Governor, in the Super League of Nigeria next year, are wondering that Moses recent marriage has so far effected his games. Moses sister recently married in Benin and Moses were advised to stay focus on his games in London instead of coming for a short visit because of the wedding. The family are not happy at all and are secretly blaming the senior brother who manages his affairs in London allowing Moses (27) to turn his back on his Nation at this time of his careers.
    I shall continue to dwell on his case until, perhaps this Edoman turns around just like Ighalo did and now every Nigerian round the World are happy to sing Ighalo’s name.