Keep, Sell or Loan: Chelsea Star’s Future at Stamford Bridge Analysed
It’s that time of the year again. The pre – season is on under a new manager this time and players are again facing opponents from across the world in friendlies. Pre – season is the time when players who are not a part of the first team get a chance to impress the managers and earn a spot in the first team. There is one man, who knows this the best and fails to understand whether it is true or not.
That man is none other than our Victor Moses. The 25-year-old attacker has consistently been our best performer in every pre – season. Signed in 2012 from then Premier League club Wigan Athletic, Moses was seen as the natural heir to Florent Malouda.
In the first season, he was a part of the first team at Chelsea, where he put up a decent performance, often starting with Hazard on the opposite flank and Mata in a Number 10 role. At the end of the 2012-13 season, Moses finished with ten goals across all competitions in 44 appearances, winning the UEFA Europa League.
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