The 29-year old saw a return to Inter Milan fall through on deadline day after completing a loan spell under manager Antonio Conte. Report says Spartak have opened discussions with an option to make the deal permanent for £8m.
Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano says Spartak Moscow are moving for Moses.
Romano said: “Victor Moses is set to leave Chelsea.“He’s joining Spartak Moscow on loan since the transfer window is still open in Russia and Victor wants to play after Inter turned down the option of bringing him back.”
With another week left in the Russian transfer window, Spartak are hoping to secure Moses as a right wing-back for their side, after previously asking about Serge Aurier at Tottenham and Watford‘s Kiko Femenia, says the Daily Mail.
As it stands, Moses will be out of contract next summer and a deal with Spartak will see him complete his sixth spell away from Stamford Bridge after joining Chelsea in 2012.
Frank Lampard does not see Moses as part of his plans going forward and the Blues manager is keen to broker a deal to balance the books after the club’s summer spending spree.It remains to be seen where Moses ends up playing next season.