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27 Y/O Chelsea Winger Considering His Future At Stamford Bridge: Should Sarri Let Him Leave?

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Abhinab Ghosh
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According to a recent report by Goal, Chelsea winger Victor Moses is contemplating his future at Stamford Bridge after falling down the pecking order under Maurizio Sarri this season. It is understood that the Nigerian speedster is willing to leave the West London club when the transfer window reopens in January after struggling to make a significant impact on the pitch during this campaign.

Sarri’s Arrival At Chelsea Has Harmed Moses’ Chances Of First-Team Action

The Blues have made a superb start to their league campaign and are still unbeaten in the English top-flight after playing nine matches so far. They are currently in the 3rd spot of the Premier League table, just two points shy of Manchester City and Liverpool. One of the main reasons for their recent success has been down to Sarri’s new style of football at Stamford Bridge. 

The Italian manager has opted for a 4-3-3 formation, more often than not, which has seen the likes of Moses get limited game time on the pitch. The Nigerian had a solid campaign last term when he was one of the most influential members of Antonio Conte’s team. However, things have gone sour for him this season which is why it is no surprise if the player chooses to depart the club in search of more first-team opportunities.

What Does The Nigerian Winger Add To Sarri’s Team?

Moses is blessed with electric pace and is a fantastic dribbler with the ball. He is not afraid to run at the opposing defenders and also has a habit of working hard for the team. One of his biggest strengths is his versatility as he can operate anywhere across the right flank whether it is in a wing-back role or as an out and out attacker.

His ability to play in multiple positions make him a worthy asset for Sarri which is why letting him go might deplete the Pensioners’ squad depth.

Should The Pensioners Part Ways With Moses?

However, with the likes of Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud struggling to score goals consistently up top, Chelsea could opt to part ways with Moses to generate funds for a top-class striker in the near future. Thus, letting Moses go in January might be a good move for all parties.

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