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West Brom eye Moses

The Baggies want to take Moses to The Hawthorns and they view the former Crystal Palace player as the man to run the wings.
Moses, 23 moved from Wigan Athletic to Chelsea in 2012 for around £9 million, but has found it hard to break into the team at Stamford Bridge.
He was loaned to Liverpool for the 2013/14 campaign but didn’t do enough to convince at Anfield, and now, it looks like Chelsea might cash in on the player who was with Nigeria at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. According to the Daily Mirror, West Bromwich Albion Technical Director Terry Burton has sounded out Moses as their number one target to play down the flanks for the Baggies.
A loan deal for Moses may materialise as Jose Mourinho looks to free up space in the midfield at Stamford Bridge and may reckon another loan move may help reinvigorate the talented youngster who shone like a million stars while at Wigan.
Another Nigerian at Chelsea, Mikel Obi, also looks to be on the way out as Chelsea are looking for potential suitors for the midfielder.

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