Chelsea winger joins Spartak Moscow on a permanent basis.


Victor Moses, the Chelsea winger, has completed a permanent move to Spartak Moscow, ending a nine-year stint at Stamford Bridge. With the Russian club, he has signed a two-year contract.

Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan Athletic in 2012 after the club’s historic Champions League victory, and in his first season, he scored 10 goals in all competitions.

He was loaned out to Liverpool, West Ham United, and Stoke City over the next few seasons after failing to solidify his place in the team. Moses reclaimed his starting spot after Antonio Conte’s arrival in 2016 and was primarily utilized as a right wing-back.

The selection turned out to be a brilliant one, as he helped Chelsea win the Premier League title only a season after finishing 10th in the league.

However, after Maurizio Sarri took over, he fell further down the pecking order and was loaned out to Fenerbache. Before joining Spartak Moscow for the 2020-21 season, he also spent time at Inter Milan. In 20 appearances for Spartak last season, Moses scored four goals and added four assists.

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