Victor Moses isn't a name one would find often on the Chelsea team sheet.

The Nigerian was in fact a peripheral figure last season for the Blues, and finds himself behind Eden Hazard, Oscar, Willian, Ramires, Frank Lampard, Michael Essien, John Obi Mikel, Kevin de Bruyne, Andre Schurrle, Marco van Ginkel and Juan Mata in the pecking order.

Jose Mourinho might consider selling the former Wigan Athletic star, and reports in the Daily Mail claim Liverpool are keen on adding him to their current crop.

Brendan Rodgers feels that Victor Moses is the ideal man to fill into either the right or left in his front three, but is only willing to take him to Merseyside on loan.

Chelsea seem to be demanding around £2million for a loan move, but Rodgers is looking at a sum much less. Another stumbling block would be his £55,000-a-week wages, which Rodgers wants a cut on.

Nevertheless, it is a move that could materialise seeing that Liverpool do not have much width in their current squad, with Iago Aspas and Jordan Henderson playing wide for them in the opening two games.

Although they have had a perfect start to this season, they feel that they might struggle against the Manchester clubs and Chelsea, and thus want to add Moses.

Chelsea have informed Moses that they are not willing to let him leave permanently, but he can move away on loan for a season if the right offer comes in.

The Nigerian traveled with the team to Manchester, but wasn't on the bench when his club took on Manchester United at Old Trafford last night. 

I can personally see this move happening as Liverpool do need someone with some pace and physicality like Victor Moses to compete for Champions League qualification.

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