The Mirror recently reported that Chelsea are willing to let Victor Moses leave the club in January for a fee of around £12 million, with Crystal Palace and Fulham allegedly interested.
Crystal Palace should swoop in order to bring Moses back to his boyhood club and add the versatile wing player to Roy Hodgson’s side.
After joining the Eagles as a schoolboy, Moses went on to make over 50 appearances at Selhurst Park before departing to Wigan in 2010. The Nigerian international is still remembered fondly for his time in south London and would be warmly welcomed back.
While at Chelsea, Moses achieved superb success as an integral wingback in the Premier League-winning 2016/17 team.
Yet according to the Mirror, Maurizio Sarri has informed Moses he is no longer part of his plans at Stamford Bridge.
Palace should jump at the opportunity to sign the wide player, as Moses is comfortable operating at wing back or as an out-and-out winger.
His versatility, power, and counterattacking style are all valuable traits for an Eagles team that is languishing above the drop zone.
With Chelsea’s Victor Moses for sale, Crystal Palace must act and bring the Nigerian international back to Selhurst Park in a bid to secure the club’s Premier League status.