by ‘Ifreke Inyang
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, has admitted that he has not made any decision on Victor Moses’ future.
The winger will return to Stamford Bridge, after spending last season on loan at Liverpool. However, the Super Eagles player faces fierce competition for a place in Chelsea’s attack.
Moses however holds a British passport and qualifies as a home-grown player in both the Premier League and Champions League – a fact that is not lost on Mourinho, who needs to move on one foreign player this summer.
“We have one problem to resolve,” Mourinho told Skysports. “We have one extra foreign player in at the moment and Victor is not a foreign player. Victor’s best position is on the wings where we have many solutions. We have Eden Hazard, Willian, Salah and Schurrle but Moses is English and at this moment we have one foreign player who has to leave.
“So until the end of the month, we have to make that decision and Victor is involved in this process. Maybe he stays or maybe he leaves. Because he is English, it is something we have to analyse as well.”
Ifreke Inyang is a public commentator and social media critic who has worked with a number of high profile publications across the country.