Emerging reports reveal that Super Eagles star, Victor Moses nears the exit door of the Stamford Bridge after he has been told he is no longer in the plans of the team.
This, therefore, means that he would either have a permanent exit from the club or will take a move away on loan to secure more playing time and prove he can still return to the team.
It has been reported that the 27-year-old held a meeting with Manager Maurizio Sarri and he has been told he is free to leave having spent the most time in the season on the bench.
The Nigerian international was a major part of the Blues team under former manager Antonio Conte as he was handed a role from the right back to operate and help the attack.
Moses has had just one start this season in addition to coming from the bench in five other games in all competition with the Carabao Cup clash against Derby County inclusive.
However, this remains a major blow to the star player who retired after the World Cup in Russia to state that he was leaving the national team to be able to focus on his family and his club side career.