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Chelsea to land Victor Moses replacement

Timothy Aiyeku

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Since Nigerian international Victor Moses was out of the West London outfit Chelsea team, the club have been unable to find a replacement for him.

Victor Moses in his good days at the Stamford Bridge under former manager Antonio Conte was able to deliver good performance as well as score goals as a right back.

That seems to have been missing as there is no player with that level of runs to help drive the attack from the defence.

Howbeit, they are reportedly in a move for French Ligue 1 right back Youcef Atal ahead of the summer transfer window.

Youcef Atal is of great quality but he is also well affordable as he has an asking price of £8.1 million. He has so far scored six times this season with his attack-minded game and provided assists while his defensive ability has helped Nice to record eight clean sheets.

He is known to be a strong dribbler with a good pace which will be great for the Blues team but it is unsure he would be coming anytime soon as the Blues are still under a transfer ban that will not allow them to register a new player for the next two transfer windows.

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