According to reports, Victor Moses proposed move to the Russian premier league side Spartak Moscow will go through, despite the delay in medical.
The Chelsea winger agreed on a deal in principle to join Spartak after Inter Milan ignored to exercise their obligation to buy after he spent last season on loan in Serie A.
The move to Russia has been on the card for sometimes, but it has stalled because both clubs are still are yet to reach an agreement on little details.
London times has now reported that the deal will go through as both clubs are working towards finding the solution for the former Nigerian international.
Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2012 and thrived during Antonio Conte’s title-winning season but he has already had five loans, including three different Premier League clubs, two seasons at Fenerbahce and the spell at Conte’s Inter.
Recalled last month Chelsea boss Frank Lampard said that Moses is not part of his plans for the season.