Chelsea are reportedly looking to offload Victor Moses in January, as he’s fallen out of favour under Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
According to the Sun, the Blues are prepared to sell the 27-year-old in January and want to demand £12million for his signature.
It is understood that Crystal Palace and Fulham are both potentially interested in the Nigeria international in the New Year.
But with two and half years still on his contract in West London, Chelsea could be shortchanging themselves if they sell him for around £12million.
Moses played a crucial role at right wing-back for Chelsea in the 2016/17 Premier League season, as they won the top-flight title.
The Nigeria international is in the prime years of his career aged 27 and the right-sided flyer has a wealth of experience of top level, which includes a Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League medal.
His versatility to play him as a winger or at full-back makes him a brilliant option to have and he could turn out to be a key player for several of the mid-table clubs in the English top flight.
Chelsea should be under no pressure to sell Moses in January and he’s likely to still play a useful squad role as the season progress, with six senior appearances under his belt.
The Blues should look to crank up the price tag closer to the £20million region if they can and play hardball over his sale.