Will a January return be good for Moses and Chelsea?

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Reports from Turkey claim that Fenerbahce are ready to end the loan deal of Victor Moses following his unconvincing performances this season.

The Sun claim that the Turkish giants are no longer interested in making Moses’ deal permanent and might terminate his contract in the January transfer window.

Moses started the season in good form as he got a goal and an assist in his opening game of the season. But since then a muscular injury and lack of form have seen him miss a huge number of games this season.

In his last three games, Moses has struggled to perform and Fenerbahce boss Ersun Yanal is reportedly unimpressed with his recent performances.

Moses has been a Chelsea player since 2012 and has gone out on loan four times. However, Chelsea fans will always remember him for his stunning performances as a right wing-back under Antonio Conte as the Blues went on to win the title and FA Cup in two seasons, with Moses being a key player.

The contract of the former Nigerian international will expire in 2021.

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