Rumour Check: International Star Will Join Chelsea in the Summer, West Ham Agree the Move

Original source: Sky Sports
Published by: Daily Post, Sports Mole
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Contract until:  June 2019

According to Sky Sports,  West Ham United are ready to let Chelsea under-fire player Victor Moses return at Stamford Bridge. The pacy winger joined the Hammers on 1 September 2015 on a season-long loan, but he failed to impress Slaven Bilic and is expected to leave in the summer. The report also suggest that Bilic will also axe Barcelona and Fenerbahçe loanees Alex Song and Emmanuel Emenike respectively. The Chelsea attacker has missed eight fixtures due to Hamstring and Muscle injuries and made just one start at Premier League this season. The Barcelona and Fenerbahçe players are also out of Bilic’s plans and have made just 12 starts combined. It’s believed that several Chinese clubs are interesting in signing Emenike.

  • All mentioned players could be eager to depart from West Ham and find clubs, who will offer them more playing time.
  • Chelsea have a new manager Antonio Conte and Moses has a chance to prove his abilities, as we have previously seen he is able to show a quality football, but needs stability and self-confidence.
  • Song previously admitted that was happy to return in England and might search for an options to continue the career at Premier League and might try to find a club in England as it’s less likely La Liga giants to keep the Cameroonian international.
  • As for Emenike China could be an excellent option for him, the east clubs already signed several big names players from Europe and the Nigerian international may leave in case of financially interesting offer.

Considering these facts, Gib Football Show concludes that the rumours claiming ‘International Star Will Join Chelsea in the Summer, West Ham Agree the Move’ are ‘mostly true’. Mostly true

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