Cardiff City has joined the list of clubs jostling for the signature of out-of favour Chelsea winger Victor Moses as his future with Chelsea remains bleak.
Moses has found games hard to come by and was even benched for the FA cup encounter against Nottingham Forest in which Chelsea won 2-0.
Fulham, Crystal Palace, Wolves and West Ham are still in the running to capture the 28-year old but it is Cardiff City who have shown more interest following the failed capture of Liverpool’s Nathaniel Clyne.
Victor Moses worked with manager Neil Warnock for three years at Palace where he gave him his debut in 2007 against Cardiff City.
Moses has achieved 20 career goals and 18 assists in the 220 Premier League matches he has played so far in England.
By Chineze Ogugua