Chelsea's Moses completes loan switch to Fenerbahce

Victor Moses Istanbul Chelsea

Victor Moses Istanbul Chelsea

The man that went into hiding when Maurizio Sarri arrived on English shores with his hedonistic ideas of a 4-4-2 formation, has suddenly reappeared - but he won't be sticking around long!

The Bundesliga side also include a buy-back clause in their bid, meaning Chelsea will be able to buy him back at anything time.

Moses traveled to Turkey on Wednesday evening aboard Fenerbahce president Ali Koc's private jet.

The 28-year-old has been restricted to five appearances this season, with his only start coming in September's EFL Cup win at Liverpool.

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Having come through as a winger, he was utilised as an energetic, creative and committed wing-back under Antonio Conte, helping Chelsea to set records as they marched to the 2016/17 Premier League title.

And now he's cleared his Stamford Bridge locker for a fourth time, with Istanbul on the horizon.

The United States worldwide moves to the Championship side having spent the first half of the season on loan at Nantes in France. They have won just three out of 18 games this season and only goal difference is keeping them out of the bottom three.

Nigerian worldwide Moses has signed the loan deal with Fenerbahce through June 2020, the Turkish club announced on Friday.

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