Nigeria’s Victor Moses may be on his way out of Chelsea FC of England if reports from the Stamford Bridge are anything to go by.
The Nation reports that Chelsea is considering throwing in the Nigeria winger, as as part of a deal to lure England and Everton defender, John Stones, to Stamford Bridge.
The former Champions League winners had already submitted a £20million bid for the 21-year-old England star who is seen as a long-term replacement for skipper John Terry.
But fresh reports say the club will now launch a fresh £26million bid with other reports suggesting that Everton will only do business if a bid in excess of 30 million pounds is submitted by “The Blues”.
Mailonline says the addition of Moses to the newly-improved offer is likely to tempt the Liverpool-based club to succumb to the London giants.
Moses, who starred for Stoke City in the English Premier League last season, has also been linked with a switch to another London club, Tottenham Hotspur after the possibilities of a return to Stoke appeared to have diminished.
Recall that John Mikel Obi, also of Chelsea, has also been linked with a move away from the Stamford Bridge, but the Nigerian number 10 has since denied the reports.