Spartak Chief Reveals Chelsea Loanee Victor Moses Is Adapting To Life In Moscow
Published: October 23, 2020
Spartak Chief Reveals Chelsea Loanee Victor Moses Is Adapting To Life In Moscow
Spartak Moscow general director Shamil Gazizov believes Victor Moses is adapting to life in the Russian capital, Moscow.

Having previously spent the entirety of his professional career in England, the former Nigeria national teamer moved to Istanbul to link up with Fenerbahce in January 2019 before another loan move to Inter Milan this year.

The Chelsea loanee is in the frame to make his second appearance for his new employer in Saturday's league game at
Krasnodar.

Speaking ahead of the trip to Krasnodar, Gazizov told Russian sports daily Sport Express : "The team is doing well, training is in full swing. There are no new injuries.

"Moses has already joined the team. The training process is going on, he is gaining shape, let's see what will happen in the next game.

"He likes Moscow, a big city, everything is fine."

Moses made his competitive debut against Khimki last weekend and became the fourth Nigerian player to represent Spartak Moscow in the process, after Emmanuel Emenike, Okon Essien and Samuel Ogunsania.

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