Chelsea winger, Victor Moses is still in the spotlight for a move to Crystal Palace, and has now been touted in a potential £12m January deal back to the club that shot him into limelight.
Although The Eagles’ coach, Roy Hodgson said during the week that everything about Moses joining the club is ‘mere speculation’ and rumours, footballlive.ng learnt there is indeed something concrete about the report.
This follows mostly from latest evaluation of the winger’s value at Stamford Bridge, and Chelsea are said to be keen on a deal next month.
Additional information out of Queensland indicates that Chelsea are now in talks with Selhurst Park egg heads, and Moses is expected to join Palace in a £12million deal next month.
That would make Moses the first casualty of The Blues’ gaffer, Maurizio Sarri’s overhaul of the squad at Stamford Bridge, after he failed to impress the boss.
Wolverhamton Wanderers and West Ham United have also registered interest in Moses, as they look to bolster their squads mid-season, but it is The Eagles who look to have won his signature.
Palace are confident they have a deal in place to take the 28-year-old back to South London, where he began his career after growing through their academy.