West Ham United have enquired about taking out-of-favour Chelsea winger Victor Moses to Upton Park on loan with a view to a permanent move, reports the Daily Mail.
The 24-year-old spent last season on loan at Stoke City but, with Mark Hughes having landed Ibrahim Affelay and Xherdan Shaqiri, is unlikely to return to the Brittania Stadium for this season.
Slaven Billic's men started with an impressive 2-0 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, but consecutive defeats to Leicester and Bournemouth has prompted the Croatian to consider his options.
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The Hammers sold Stewart Downing to former club Middlesborough in the summer, meaning their attacking approach is in need of width and versatility.
Moses arrived at Stamford Bridge from Wigan Athletic in 2012, but was loaned to Liverpool the season after and is not thought to be part of Jose Mourinho's plans for the future.
The signing of Pedro from Barcelona last week, coupled with the Spaniard's impressive debut performance against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday, means the Nigeria international is now even further down the pecking order.
Meanwhile, the Blues are also set to wave goodbye to Juan Cuadrado and Marko Marin with Mourinho putting the finishing touches to his squad as they look to retain the Premier League title.
Like Moses, Marin was brought to the club by Roberto di Matteo, but after a succession of loan spells away from London is closing in on a permanent move away to Turkish team Trabzonspor.
Mourinho spent big to replace Wolfsburg's Andre Schurrle with Cuadrado in February, but the Colombian winger has failed to reproduce the same form he did in Serie A and will now sign a contract with Italian champions Juventus.
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