Former Nigeria international Victor Moses is considering a fresh challenge away from Chelsea during the January transfer window after falling out-of-favour under manager Maurizio Sarri this campaign.
The 27-year-old managed to make a major transformation under the guidance of Antonio Conte over the past two months after featuring regularly in the right wing-back role for the Blues.
However, with the appointment of Sarri, things have quickly changed for the club with the Italian said to favour a 4-3-3 formation and this has pretty much dropped Moses down the pecking order.
Moreover, the manager has not been convinced that Moses is capable of slotting into the right of the defence and the Nigerian currently finds himself behind Eden Hazard, Pedro and Willian in terms of competing for a wider position.
As such, the Nigerian is understood to be assessing his future and Goal.com has now suggested that the versatile player may seek to push through an exit when the transfer window reopens at the turn of the year.
So far this season, Moses has managed just four appearances for the Blues across all competitions and out of those, two have come in the Premier League where he has come off the substitutes’ bench.
His only start of the campaign came against Liverpool in the League Cup third round last month where the Blues came from behind to secure a 2-1 triumph at Anfield. The match witnessed Eden Hazard score a brilliant goal orchestrated from the centre of the park.
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