Schalke 04 Register Interest In Signing Fulham, Fenerbahce Target Victor MosesPublished: January 20, 2019
Bundesliga side Schalke 04 have joined the scramble to sign Victor Moses in the January transfer window, according to reports.
Sport.de making reference to The Sun claims Schalke 04 have targeted the Chelsea right winger to assist the club in their quest to avoid relegation.
After 18 matches in the German Bundesliga, The Royal Blues are provisionally 14th in the standings, with only five points separating them from VfB Stuttgart, who occupy the 16th position.
Schalke 04 are interested in signing Moses on loan for the rest of the season but the stumbling block to a deal is the player's weekly wage of 130,000 pounds.
Fulham and Crystal Palace could also be priced out of a deal due to Moses's high wages.
It is confirmed that Turkish club Fenerbahce are also working on a deal to sign the former Nigeria international, who has a contract with Chelsea until the summer of 2021.
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