VICTOR MOSES VS LIVERPOOL FC

The Reds (Liverpool) are thin in wide areas, having loaned Oassama Assaidi to Stoke City, and sold Stewart Downing to West Ham this summer. If you regard Iago Aspas as a forward option – Liverpool only have Coutinho as an established wide player- with English teenagers Raheem Sterling and Jordon Ibe as backup.
For a club aiming to challenge for the top four, this is no-where near strong enough.
Chelsea on the other hand, have the opposite problem , and have a wealth of talent to choose from that will undoubtedly affect squad harmony. Having signed Willian from Anzhi Makhachkala, including the likes of Juan Mata, Eden Hazard, Oscar, Kevin De Bruyne and Andre Schurrle are capable of playing in the attacking midfield positions.
Moses then, is surplus to requirements – and is expected to sign for the Reds in the coming days on a season long loan.
The England youth international (now Nigerian player) bagged ten in all competitions for Chelsea last term – but was not given much Premier League game time. With Liverpool’s thin squad, he would hope to establish himself as a first-team regular on the right of a front three at Anfield – supporting Sturridge and Suarez, with Coutinho playing in the hole behind.

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