Fenerbahce Confident Of Landing Moses Ahead Of Fulham, Cardiff; Make Interesting Offer To ChelseaPublished: January 12, 2019
Turkish Super Lig giants Fenerbahce are confident that former Nigeria international Victor Moses will sign for the club ahead of his suitors in the Premier League, including Fulham and Cardiff City.
According to Fanatik, the Istanbul club through their sporting director, Damien Comolli, submitted the final offer to Chelsea for Victor Moses in London.
Fenerbahce are prepared to pay the whole of Moses' wages until the end of the season to pull off the deal.
The Blues number fifteen extended his contract with Chelsea in March 2017 and now pockets £130,000 a week (around £3.38 million for six months), according to The Sun.
Maurizio Sarri's arrival at Chelsea in July 2018 has been a tough pill for Moses to swallow as he has been frozen out of the first team, making only two substitute appearances in the Premier League.
Fenerbahce agreeing a deal with Moses will not be easy as it is known that the Nigerian wants to be close to his family in England, and they have to convince the player if they reach an agreement with Chelsea.
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