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Victor Moses heeds to Sarri advice, ready to quit

Timothy Aiyeku

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Nigerian international and Chelsea star Victor Moses seems to have heeded to the worlds of manager Maurizio Sarri and is now ready to quit the club in the January window.

It would be recalled that the Italian manager told the former Wigan player that he would not have a place in the team with no possibility of that happening in the future.

Moses alongside Drinkwater were therefore given the signal to find their way out of the club so as not to rot on the bench knowing that they have both not been favoured by the system of the manager who arrived in the summer.

However, Crystal Palace are reported to be ready to have Moses in the January transfer window according to AllAfrica and they will face battle from Wolves as earlier reported.

Moses used to be a major part of the Chelsea team last season under Antonio Conte where he was handed a major role of attacking from the right full-back and also getting a number of goals and assists to his name.

Meanwhile, the stand of the player remains unknown but what is glaring is the fact that he has made up his mind to leave the Stamford Bridge.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.