Chelsea have finally confirmed that they are ready to allow their Nigerian winger, Victor Moses in the January transfer window, as The Blues have put a price of £12m on his contract.
Sports247.ng gathered, hot on the heels of renewed interest in Moses from Fulham and one of his former clubs, Crystal Palace, Chelsea are ready to listen to offers for the out-of-favour star.
Consequently, Moses could be heading back to Selhurst Park, where he played for Palace from between 2007 and 2010, after progressing with breath taking pace through their youth ranks.
However, the 27-year-old former Super Eagles star, who moved from Palace to Wigan Athletic in 2010 and then on to Chelsea in 2012, has struggled for game time with The Blues under Maurizio Sarri this season.
Moses, who previously played on loan at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United, has played only six matches for the west London side, such that he is set for an exit from Stamford Bridge in January.
It is a dramatic downturn for Moses, who played regularly under former manager, Antonio Conte, when he starred in 40 matches, en route to the EPL title in the 2016-17 campaign and got 38 appearances last season.
The Blues, though, are bound to make a profit on Moses, as they bought him from Wigan for £9m in the summer of 2012.