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Victor Moses leaves the Blues after nine years

Fri 02 July 2021 | 19:00

Chelsea’s Victor Moses permanently leaves the club after years of loan spells at other clubs.

Victor Moses

, who had six loan spells at other clubs, has finally made a permanent move away from the club, joining

Spartak Moscow

. The 30-year-old joined the Blues in 2012 but hasn’t played for the club since 2018 making multiple loan moves before signing a contract with the Russian side until 2023.

The last time Moses played for

Chelsea

was back in the 2018-19 season when he came in as a substitute in his side’s 3-1 win over BATE Borisov in the Europa League.

The player has played 128 games for the club, scoring 18 goals and winning the Premier League, FA Cup, and two Europa League titles with the team.

His first loan move was in 2013 when he joined Liverpool and played 22 games for them, scoring two goals. In the next year, he moved to Stoke City just before making another trip to West Ham where he sent the 2015-16 season then he moved to Turkey and spent two years at Fenerbahce before making a move to Italy to play for Inter, where he teamed up with the Blues former boss Antonio Conte but didn’t stay with the Serie A side too as he decided to move to Russia to play for Spartak Moscow, and now the Russian side has reached an agreement with Chelsea over a permanent move.


source: SportMob