Moses began his career in the Championship with Crystal Palace before his performances caught the eye of Wigan Athletic, where he made his Premier League debut in 2010. After two years, his game had improved to the extent that European champions Chelsea were interested. Despite ten goals in all competitions during his first season, he spent his second season on loan to Liverpool, his third on loan at Stoke City and his fourth on loan at West Ham United.
The injury-plagued player’s future has been called into question once again with doubts regarding his place in the team. He has shown massive potential but his performances have been inconsistent and he has only shown glimpses of the damage he is capable of inflicting. At 25 years of age, Moses needs a club where he is able to play regularly and slowly get his career back on track because he is too good a player to while away his time on patchy loan spells which have done his career no good till now.
Which clubs could offer Moyes an escape route? Here are three of them.
The Swans have major issues in their offensive department having offloaded all their strikers and with doubts regarding Andre Ayew’s future at the club they need attacking reinforcements fast. They are close to signing Llorente and Moses could be the ideal winger for the big target man to thrive at the Liberty. Moses will bring experience and his pace and power on the flanks along with his ability to play through the middle will be an asset to the present Swansea side. Though he hasn’t been linked with the Swans he will surely prove to be a canny acquisition for the Liberty Stadium outfit.
Moyes took over with the club in turmoil and has been handed the tough task of stabilising the club’s fortune in the Premier League. Sunderland have lacked support for Defoe up top and Moyes will look to make multiple signings to boost the squad in their quest of achieving a mid-table standing at the very least. Fabio Borini and Wahbi Khazri are not traditional wingers and they have to be used in their primary positions for the team to have a balanced look. Moses has played over 156 games in the Premier League and has scored 14 goals and added 16 further assists.
His experience will be put to better use in the aforementioned clubs and any possible move will be beneficial for all the parties involved.
The Hornets have serious depth in options up front and the dearth in their attacking options were laid bare last season as Deeney and Ighalo had to do it all on their own. They lack good wingers and are actively in the market for a player to share the load with their star duo up top and Moses would be an ideal option for Watford. They have seemingly lost out on their chase for Roberto Pereyra and have to look for options elsewhere.