Emerging reports hint that Chelsea winger Victor Moses could be on his way out of the Stamford Bridge in January.
This is because the Nigerian is finding life unbearable as a footballer under new manager Maurizio Sarri.
The Super Eagles star was well favored under former boss Antonio Conte and was given an important role in the team and converting him major to a right full back as well as helping the attack force.
In all competition last season, Moses had 38 appearances, scoring a total of four goals but that is no longer being enjoyed by the player.
The coming of the Italian manager has been a different story for Moses entirely as he seems dropped completely from the Starting XI and has not started any Premier League game this season.
He has been affected by the change of formation and the new additions recruited by the former Napoli manager.
It is unclear where he will be going at the moment but there are suggestions that he could remain in England with expectations that he will find some suitors.
Moses said a final goodbye to the national team after the World Cup, citing club commitment and family as the reasons behind his decision.