Victor Moses is set to finally play some competitive football, nearly four months after last featuring for Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea.
The 28-year-old winger has taken his talents south, joining Turkish Super Lig powerhouse Fenerbahce on loan for one-and-a-half year.
Fenerbahçe’ye hoş geldin @VictorMoses!— Fenerbahçe SK (@Fenerbahce) January 25, 2019
Fenerbahce have a great reputation but are having one of their worst seasons of all time, flirting with relegation halfway through the season despite finishing second last year. They already fired one coach but the bad results continue to pile up, and there’s not much money to throw at the problem either. Theoretically, this should be a good opportunity for Moses, who still has 2.5 years left on his Chelsea contract, to swoop in on loan and prove that he can be a very effective player still, either as a winger or as a wing-back.
This is Moses’s fourth loan since joining Chelsea in 2012. He’s put together three full seasons at Chelsea since, plus three full seasons out on loan at Liverpool, Stoke City, and West Ham.
Good luck, Victor!