Chelsea have put two of their midfielders up for sale, as they have each fallen out of favour with the club. Juan Cuadrado and Victor Moses are both considered candidates to leave Stamford Bridge.
The Blues should have no problem getting rid of Moses if they want to, as the Daily Express reports that West Ham United will make a £6m bid offer for the Nigerian international.
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Tricky winger Moses had a relatively solid 2014-15 season with Stoke City on a loan deal, but he is not a first-team regular or a major part of the Blues’ future plans.
He has only scored one goal for the Blues since arriving at Stamford Bridge in 2012, and he has spent the majority of his Chelsea career on loan.
The 24-year-old is also being targeted by Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa, so a sale for the Nigerian midfielder seems to be imminent.
In addition to possibly selling in the near future, Chelsea are also open to making more signings as they have been given the green light to spend more freely.
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