Russian Premier League club Spartak Moscow, speaking through the head of their press service Dmitry Zelenov, have revealed when to expect news about Victor Moses.
In the last couple of days, there has been speculation in the Russian media that the former Chelsea wing-back was going to link up with the Spartak Moscow squad at their training camp.
However, Moses did not participate in the Red and Whites open training session on Thursday and the press service of the club said it understands the reasons for the absence of the Nigerian at the training camp.
Zelenov said Spartak Moscow will soon announce a decision on the future of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner.
Moses's teammate last season, Sweden international Jordan Larsson left Spartak after his contract was terminated by mutual consent this week.
"As for Moses, we still have nothing to add to what we have announced. I think news about Victor Moses will appear in the near future," Zelenov said to Championat.com.
Moses ended a nine-year association with Chelsea by joining Spartak Moscow on a permanent deal last summer.
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