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Liverpool set to secure Moses on loan

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Chelsea's Nigerian forward Victor Moses has reportedly joined Liverpool on a season-long loan deal, after the player found limited playing-time at Stamford Bridge. 

Moses, who joined the Blues from Wigan last summer for a fee of around £9 million, has been given a limited amount of playing time since joining the west London side, and will follow former Chelsea player Daniel Sturridge to Merseyside. 

According to The MailMoses will join the Reds for a fee of £1million until the end of the season. 

The 22-year-old, who scored just ten goals in 43 appearances for the Blues, doesn't seem to be in Jose Mourinho's plans after the Chelsea boss added three new players in Moses' position this summer. 

It look's like Brendan Rodgers relationship with his old club is still strong after the Liverpool manger once-again benefited from the acquisition of Sturridge yesterday in Liverpool's 1-0 win at home to Manchester United.

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