Chelsea’s Victor Moses reveals retirement plan

Chelsea’s Victor Moses reveals retirement plan

Former Super Eagles forward Victor Moses has answered questions from the official website of Chelsea about his Chelsea teammates and his plans on retirement from the game.


The Blues are currently getting used to life under new manager Maurizio Sarri after the Italian manager’s appointment as the club’s new boss back in July following the sacking of Antonio Conte.


However, Moses’ playing time has been reduced drastically due to the change in style of play under the former Napoli Boss Maurizio Sarri.


Asked who has been the best player in training recently, Moses replied: ”Everyone has been good, everyone is working hard but I’d say, Ross Barkley.
”He had a big injury but he’s started the season really well and he’s working his socks off. ”
Brazilian winger Willian wanted to know what Moses planned on doing when he was done with football and the Nigerian said: ”I want to get into a business, maybe a property business or something along those lines.”
Moses thinks Andreas Christensen could make a good striker, he picked David Luiz as the outfield player that would make a good goalkeeper and called him the biggest joker in the team, N’Golo Kante the most quiet and Rudiger the loudest.

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