The former Super Eagles star completed a permanent transfer to Spartak Moscow on Friday after making an impression last season
Victor Moses wrote an emotional message to Chelsea after completing a permanent move to Russian Premier League club Spartak Moscow.
The 30-year-old signed a two-year contract with the People’s Team on Friday after the club imposed a clause allowing him to sign him permanently following their qualification for next season’s Uefa Champions League.
Last quarter, former Liverpool midfielder Spartak Moscow helped finish second in the Russian top flight with his contribution of four goals and two assists in 19 league games.
His strike in the 82nd minute put Spartak 2-2 up against Akhmat Grozny in the final Premier League match of the season and finally finished his second place on the table, returning to the European Championship competition for next season.
Friday’s deal ended Moses ‘nine years at Chelsea after joining the Blues’ Wigan Athletic in 2012.
During his tenure at Stamford Bridge, the former Nigerian was loaned out six times with sayings in Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham United, Fenerbahce, Inter Milan and Spartak Moscow.
He has also won several honors at Chelsea, including two Uefa Europa League titles, the FA Cup and the Premier League crown.
In the Premier League, the 30-year-old has played in 220 games and scored 20 goals.
“After 9 fantastic years and 128 games for Chelsea, I have now officially left the club to join a permanent transfer at Spartak Moscow,” Moses wrote on Instagram.
‘I loved playing for Chelsea every moment, and I have memories I will cherish forever, including winning the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League.
‘I have always appreciated the love and support I showed during Stamford Bridge and would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone associated with the club. .
“I want to wish the club every success in the future. Thanks for everything. I will always have blue in my heart. ”