Victor Moses, 24-year-old winger who spent last season on loan at the Britannia Stadium after he’s had a similar stint at Anfield, but he did extremely well in a developing side that is setting new highs under Mark Hughes.
Moses created 32 chances for Stoke in the top flight of English premiere league 2014/2015 season, with this stats pundits ranked him as the fourth-most creative player in the squad where the likes of Charlie Adam, Steven N’Zonzi and Marko Arnautovic played mostly in the middle of the pack.
The latest reports reaching us proves that Stoke city are willing to let go of their goalkeeper Begovic and will not release cheaply but want cash plus player offer. This, analysts say is a welcome development for Chelsea and Victor Moses as it will let offload him so he can have a regular playing time.
Mark Hughes exploited the abilities of Moses well that this pushed him to have performed better than previous seasons. The Nigerian export is highly rated to have his best years ahead at Stoke City with good age ahead of him.