Liverpool Agree Season-Long Loan With Chelsea For Victor Moses

Liverpool have agreed a season-long loan deal with Chelsea to sign Victor Moses, according to the Liverpool Echo newspaper.

With Chelsea signing Willian for £32million as well as several other midfielders in the past twelve months, Moses has become surplus to requirements at the Stamford Bridge club. Liverpool offers him a greater opportunity to gain first-team football, and will add considerable depth to an Anfield squad who are currently on top of the Premier League table after three wins on the trot to start the season.

Moses, who sat amongst the Liverpool players at Anfield today who were not dressed for the match, will be at Liverpool for the remainder of the season. However, there’s no option for Liverpool to make it a permanent deal.

As part of the deal to send Moses to Liverpool on a season-long loan, Liverpool will pay £1million to Chelsea to seal the deal.

4 thoughts on “Liverpool Agree Season-Long Loan With Chelsea For Victor Moses”

  1. Moses never really seemed totally settled an Stamford bridge. Neither a flop nor a revelation – a decent utility player.

    An excellent piece of business by Rogers.

    Like Sturridge, perhaps with some more playing time, Moses will come into his own.

    1. i hope not…lol. rodgers seem to be build a good squad. one can only imagine the type of players he would bought had he been given the same amount of money kenny and commoli wasted on carroll, adam and downing.

  2. He’s not going to be a starter so for his career I’m not sure if this is a good move. Everton would have allowed him to play more and he’s worked under Martinez before. Good player though so he could help coming off the bench or if there’s an injury. Why pay 1 million plus his wages when Liverpool could have kept Assaidi rather than send him on loan to Stoke?

    1. Because Assaidi doesn’t seem to be all that good, and Moses has shown to be an effective, solid yet unspectacular, player. I think it’s a good move.

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