Tottenham have reportedly made an attempt to sign Chelsea’s out-of-favour winger, Victor Moses by launching a bid of £8 million. This is after Stoke City manager Mark Hughes confirmed Mourinho has made it clear to him the player will be at Stamford bridge next season and will not be going on another loan.
Moses spent last season on loan at Stoke City due to limited playing time under Jose Mourinho, and is determined to secure a move back to London, as per Express.
The 24-year old AFCON winner starred for Stoke last term before injuries in the latter part of the season prevented him from helping the Potters finish in the top ten in the Premier League.
The former Wigan Athletic winger is thought to be wanted by Mauricio Pochettino at White Hart Lane, with the manager resigned to losing winger Andros Townsend, who is on the radar of Newcastle, Aston and Sunderland, the aforementioned source reveals.
Chelsea will, however let Moses leave this summer, but may not want to sell to a London rival. The Premier League club have had to part with legend, Petr Cech who left for Arsenal this summer. They would therefore not want to let another of their star join another London club.
The energetic wide man has played only 23 games for the Blues since joining from Wigan in 2012, and has had two stints away from Stamford Bridge with Liverpool being the other one.
Stoke, who Moses scored four goals for last season, also want him back but boss Mark Hughes said a couple of days ago that the player would be returning to Chelsea.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are still of the belief that they can land Antoine Griezmann from Atletico this summer with an “extraordinary offer”, as per Spanish football expert, Graham Hunter.