Russian club Spartak Moscow have announced Victor Moses will be joining the club on a permanent deal from Chelsea this summer.
Moses joined Spartak Moscow on loan last summer after failing to win over former Blues boss Frank Lampard, with the deal turning permanent if Spartak finished in the top three of the Russian Premier League.
Spartak finished runners-up to champions Zenit St Petersburg following the final round of games at the weekend and the Russian club have now confirmed Moses will be signed permanently this summer.
“His contract would be automatically redeemed if the team finished in the top three, and we finished second,” Spartak’s PR director Anton Fetisov told RIA Novosti.
According to Goal, the Blues will receive €4.5million (£3.9m) fee in three instalments for the transfer of Moses.
Moses scored four goals and laid on as many assists in 19 appearances for Spartak Moscow.