Victor Moses joined Chelsea last summer for a fee of around £13m, but he is now linked with a reunion with former boss Roberto Martinez at Everton.
Moses was a frequent figure in Chelsea's team throughout the last campaign, making 43 appearances in all competitions. Upon the appointment of interim manager Rafael Benitez the Nigerian managed to displace Oscar in the Blues' starting eleven as the Spaniard valued Moses' defensive capabilities over Oscar's flair.
However, with the arrival of Germany international Andre Schurrle, and Kevin De Bruyne's return from an impressive loan spell at Werder Bremen, it seems that the African champion could find himself with a permanent spot on the Chelsea substitutes' bench.
There were some real question marks about Moses' attacking prowess last season; he only managed to complete 8% of his crosses in the league last term - a dreadful average for a winger playing at a club as big as Chelsea.
His only particularly good form came during Chelsea's Europa League campaign as he figured as part of a second-string side facing ordinary opposition. He did, however, manage four goals in five starts in the competition, compared to the single goal in scored in the league.
Whether Moses will be a Chelsea player come the beginning of next season remains to be seen, but with the potentially imminent arrival of Portuguese starlet Bruma and the already more-talented players in the squad, it appears that he is surplus to requirements under Jose Mourinho.
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