Turkish giants Fernebahce said to be eyeing loan move for Victor Moses this January

NIGERIAN winger Victor Moses looks set to join Turkish giants Fernebahce before the end of the January transfer network after it emerged that the side may latch on to Chelsea's offer to sell him.


After last summer's World Cup in January, Moses announced his retirement from international football, saying he now wants to focus on his Chelsea career and his young family. However, since then, things have not gone well for the winger as Moses, 27, has not featured much for his club this season, making only made six appearances, falling from the high perch he occupied last year when he was a regular starter.


Chelsea has made it clear that Moses will only be allowed to leave if the right offer comes in as several sides have expressed an interest. Fellow English Premier League clubs Cardiff, Crystal Palace and Fulham have all indicated that they may be interested in securing the services of Moses.


Fenerbahce is believed to have already made a loan offer for the Chelsea winger. According to reports from Turkey, the club is in the market for a winger and they have also been linked with a move for former Celtic target Alberth Ellis and Robert Skov from FC Copenhagen.


Moses has made just two substitute appearances for Chelsea in the Premier League this season, although he is under contract with the London club until 2021. Following the arrival of new manager Maurizio Sarri this season, Chelsea has switched from the 3-5-2 formation in which Moses played as a wingback to a 4-3-3 structure, limiting his appearances.