Lagos - Nigeria international, Victor Moses looks certain to leave the Stamford Bridge as Tottenham have reportedly shown interest in bringing the former Wigan Athletic winger to White Hart Lane.
Victor Moses had an interesting season at Stoke City after spending a season long loan at the Britannia Stadium, he scored three goals in 19 league games and the Potters manager, Mark Hughes has shown great satisfaction in Moses impact from last season and a comeback either on loan or on a permanent deal is been considered.
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According to Daily Star, Tottenham Hotspur have made a bid for Chelsea's Victor Moses; Spurs are looking to add more quality to their forward line and Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses who was at the 2014 FIFA World Cup with Nigeria is being looked at.
Daily Stars hinted that Victor Moses has a strong interest to complete a move to the White Hart Lane with continental football 'Europa League' the main attraction but that could yet be a long dream as the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) winner, Victor Moses could be included in any deal between Chelsea and Stoke City for Asmir Begovic whose country, Bosnia Herzegovina lost to Nigeria at the 2014 FIFA World Cup