Life After Soccer: See What This Chelsea Star Want To Become After Retirement

As you reckon, football is a short-time career, therefore, players need to make plans for what to do after retirement.

Many players have decided to continue their life as coaches — either for country or clubs — when they end their active involvement in the game.

Just as everyone has his plans after retirement, so also is Chelsea right wing-back, Victor Moses.

The Nigerian international officially put an end to his international career last week at the age of 27 so as to focus on his club career.

A week after ending his international career, the former England’s U-21 player was dropped out of Sarri’s squad list for their 2-1 victory over Newcastle last Sunday.

In an interview with Chelsea’s official website, the player revealed his desire to become a property businessman after retirement.

”I want to get into business, maybe a property business or something along those lines.” said the player

When asked who is the best player on Cobham training ground, the former Wigan Athletic star pointed out Ross Barkley.

”Everyone has been good, everyone is working hard but I’d say Ross Barkley.” he admitted.

According to him, the England international his working his socks off in training so as to maintain his fine performance and maximum fitness level.

”He had a big injury but he’s started the season really well and he’s working his socks off. ” he said

Moses further chose N’Golo Kante as the quietest player in the team. He said Kante hardly talk to teammates in the dressing room unless he’s being talked to.

The 27-year-old appeared to have lost his place in the club’s starting lineup since Sarri replaced Antonio Conte but he will be hoping to reclaim a spot in the Italian first eleven.

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