Victor Moses is to follow Juan Cuadrado out of the Chelsea exit door in the coming days, with both West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur interested in signing him.
Information in the Daily Mirror points to the fact that the Nigeria international is surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues keen to offload him before the transfer window closes on September 1.
West Ham bid
It’s believed West Ham have already submitted an offer worth £6million for the forward, though his club are keen to negotiate a fee closer to £10m if possible.
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Having been on recent loans to both Liverpool and Stoke City it looked as though Moses might yet stand a chance of breaking into Jose Mourinho’s plans moving forward.
However, the arrival of Pedro has rubbed out any chance of the ex-Wigan man capitalising on the void left by Juan Cuadrado and as a result it looks like a departure is the only way to get first-team football.
A good option
Yet whilst he may not have cut the mustard with the reigning Premier League champions he might well be an astute buy for another side in the division.
Both West Ham and Spurs have looked fairly sloppy going forward this season, and Moses is a player with obvious pedigree from the various clubs he has played for.
Of the two one would expect maybe Spurs to be favourites based on the fact they are usually considered the bigger club, though the Hammers proved on the opening day of the season against Arsenal that they mean business this term.
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