The fate of Victor Moses, the winger instrumental in Nigeria’s 2013 Africa Cup of Nations victory, hangs in the balance at Russian Premier League club Spartak Moscow, according to allnigeriasoccer.com
As reported by ROOF agency, which manages Moses’s affairs, the veteran player is currently in the final four months of his contract with the Spartak Moscow, raising speculations about his potential departure as a free agent at the end of the season.
Despite Moses expressing satisfaction with his time at Spartak Moscow, negotiations for a contract extension have yet to commence, according to his agency’s statement to Match TV.
The 33-year-old, who initially joined Spartak Moscow on loan in October 2020 before making the move permanent the following season, has not been in the starting lineup for the past seven games, fueling rumors of an impending exit from the Red and Whites in June. According to Transfermarkt his current market value is estimated at €1,5 million.
Since his arrival in the Russian capital, Moses has showcased his versatility, featuring in 78 games across all competitions and contributing to 20 goals (10 goals, 10 assists). The former Chelsea player, a Premier League winner in 2017, also had impactful loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham United, Fenerbahce, and Inter Milan during his tenure at Stamford Bridge.
As Moses navigates the final months of his contract, the football community eagerly awaits further developments on the future of this accomplished Nigerian winger at Spartak Moscow.