Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses is considering making a switch away from Stamford Bridge in January to get more time on the pitch, according to reports.
Moses has found himself out of the Chelsea first team under Maurizio Sarri. He has been the main victim of Sarri’s switch from 3-4-3 – the formation previous boss Antonio Conte used – to 4-3-3 this season.
While fellow wing-back Marcos Alonso has slotted in at left-back, Moses has been the odd man out. As a result, he has played just 26 minutes in the Premier League this season.
With such a lack of time on the pitch – the Nigerian international has mostly played in the Europa League this season – the 27-year-old could seek a move in January, according to The Mirror.
Moses, who can play as a conventional winger as well as wing-back, would be an appealing option for a host of Premier League clubs, either as a loan signing or permanently.