Victor Moses set to leave Chelsea this summer

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The 23-year-old Chelsea flop could be set for a move away from Stamford Bridge just two years after signing for the Blues, according to the Daily Mirror.

Victor Moses joined the club from Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2012 for a fee of around £9 million. The winger impressed in his first season, particularly under Rafa Benitez, scoring 10 goals and providing five assists in 44 appearances for the club.

However, the Nigeria international failed to impress Jose Mourinho during pre-season and was shipped out on loan to Liverpool on a season long loan. However, he also failed to make an impression at Anfield, and is now unlikely to force his way into a Chelsea side that is full of talent in the attacking midfield position.

However, the Blues are unlikely to recoup the £9 million they paid for the player and could therefore prefer to let the player go out on loan again next season, rather than make a permanent move.

A number of Premier League clubs are thought to be interesting in securing the services of Moses, with Swansea, Southampton, Everton and Newcastle United all interested in bringing him in.

But, West Bromwich Albion have emerged as the favourites to land the former Wigan man this summer.

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