Statement released as Chelsea officially announce late October deal is done

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Chelsea have confirmed and announced that Victor Moses has agreed a loan move to Russian side Spartak Moscow.

Moses made the move to Stamford Bridge from Wigan in 2012, having begun his career at local side Crystal Palace as a youth, but has never really made any sort of impact at the Bridge and has been loaned out a stunning six times during his time with the club.

But he has now agreed to head over to Spartak for the next 12 months, as he seeks to get some much needed game time, and the club have released a statement on their club website confirming that the move has taken place.

“Victor Moses has joined Spartak Moscow on loan for the remainder of the 2020/21 campaign,” the club revealed in their website

“The Russian side are 10 games into their league season and sit second in the table, level on points with city rivals CSKA Moscow.

“Spartak also confirmed the move, writing on the club’s Twitter page: “Victor Moses is a Spartak player!

“Spartak Moscow and Chelsea have agreed the transfer of Nigerian star Victor Moses to our club. The loan agreement with the 29-year-old midfielder is until the end of the season with the option to buy! Welcome, Victor!”

Moses should have become a superstar when he made that move to the Bridge, but a move never worked out and it kind of ruined his career. So this loan move will be very good for the man as he is coming towards the back-end of his playing days at Chelsea.

We wish the winger the best of luck and hopefully he will make a very good impact on the side.

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