Stamford Bridge wide-man set for Upton Park transfer.
The Nigerian international hasn’t played a senior fixture for the Blues since May 2013 and is way down Jose Mourinho’s pecking order and would do well to move on in order to garner some much needed first-team action.
The likes of Eden Hazard, Pedro and Willian stand in the way of the 24-year-old’s progress at Stamford Bridge and though Victor Moses did feature in pre-season action it’s clear he has little chance of making an impact at Chelsea.
Victor Moses spent last season on loan at Stoke City and made a decent fist of things whilst the term before his time at Liverpool proved fairly fruitless.
The former Crystal Palace man could offer Slaven Bilic a fresh direct option in the final third with the Hammers boss no doubt somewhat perplexed by his side’s up and down form thus far this season, form that has seen West Ham beat both Arsenal and Liverpool away but have contrived to lose to both Leicester City and Bournemouth at home.