Chelsea flyer Victor Moses is set to complete a temporary move out of Stamford Bridge in the January transfer window.
According to Goal, the 28-year-old is close to making a loan move to Turkish club Fenerbahce for the rest of the season after he rejected a switch to China.
It is understood that the Blues wanted to sell him on a permanent basis, but he will have first-team football elsewhere for the remainder of the campaign.
Moses is still under contract with the West London club until 2021, but has fallen out of favour since the arrival of manager Maurizio Sarri in the summer.
The Nigeria international has made just five senior appearanes this season and slipped down the pecking order.
Chelsea have enough quality in reserve to cope without him, but it’s worth remembering he was a key player not too long ago.
Moses was a vital player as a right wing-back during the 2016/17 campaign when the club won the Premier League under Maurizio Sarri.
The speed machine can also play more advanced as a winger and competition at Stamford Bridge this season has meant his time has been limited.
Moses should be in the peak years of his career right now and a January move appears to make sense for all parties involved.