Fulham Intensify Efforts To Sign Crystal Palace & Cardiff City Linked Winger Victor MosesPublished: January 08, 2019
Fulham are intensifying their efforts to sign former Nigeria international Victor Moses from Chelsea this month.
According to Love Sport Radio, Fulham are stepping up their campaign to convince Victor Moses and Danny Drinkwater to join Chelsea team-mate Gary Cahill in making the short hop across west London in January.
Moses has reportedly been shown around the facilities at The Cottagers ahead of a proposed move.
Chelsea are willing to allow the winger leave on a permanent or temporary basis as he is not in the plans of manager Maurizio Sarri so much so that he has dropped down the pecking order.
At the start of the season, the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winning player was behind Willian, Eden Hazard and Pedro in the pecking order of wingers but he is now fifth choice as England youth international Callum Hudson-Odoi has overtaken him in recent weeks.
Moses has been linked with a possible move to Cardiff City as well his old club Crystal Palace.
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