Sarri had firm talks with Moses and told the Nigerian that he isn’t part of his future plans for the team and he is free to leave if an offer which match his valuation by Chelsea is tabled by teams.
The coach of Chelsea Maurizo Sarri has opened the door of a potential exit for 27 year old Victor Moses to leave the club in January when the transfer window opens.
Victor Moses who recently retired from National duties with Nigeria after the World Cup in Russia moved from his role as an integral player during the reign of Antonio Conte to a player who has just 26 minutes of league football under Sarri whose team are currently unbeaten in all competitions.
A different approach and tactics from that of Conte has seen the Nigerian shifted to the flanks as opposed to previous seasons where he played and flourished as a right wing-back.
Among the options available to Sarri, Moses is down the pecking order with youth team graduates Calum Hudson Odoi and Ruben Loftus-Cheeks now ahead of the former Wigan Athletics man.