Nigerian winger, Victor Moses is set for a move to West Bromwich Albion as Tony Pulis and his side are moving quickly to make the deal happen.
Victor Moses moved to Chelsea in 2012 but failed to establish himself in the first team, moving on loan to Liverpool and then Stoke City. Moses looked set for a berth in the first team this season but following the arrival and subsequent impact of Pedro, Moses looked set for another period on the bench or another loan move despite the departure of Juan Cuadrado. Moses is believed to be looking to develop his career with a more permanent move and the club’s in the running earlier were Everton and Tottenham. West Brom however emerged as the front runners as they look to acquire the former Wigan man on loan this season and have reportedly offered a future fee of 10 million pounds for the player’s services.
Tony Pulis who is the only manager to have lost to Mourinho in the premier league this season is desperately looking to bolster his attack options before the 1st of September and Victor Moses would be a nice addition to a side that already boasts of two Nigerian forwards in Victor Anichebe and Ideye Brown.