The Nigeria international has been knocked down the Blues pecking order by the former Barcelona man, and will now be allowed to leave the club as a result. Over the last two seasons the winger has been sent out on loan, but this time his departure could be permanent.
Spurs have already signed Clinton N’Jie and Toby Alderweireld this summer, but are still in need of more firepower up front. In the first two matches of the campaign they have been overly reliant on Harry Kane, and the 22-year-old has looked strained as a result.
Moses could help with this, with the 24-year-old’s speed and directness possibly helping the England international in the final third. Last time round the wideman made 19 appearances for Stoke City in the Premier League, managing three goals and three assists. If he does arrive at White Hart Lane, then fans may expect more from him as they look to challenge for the Premier League top four.