Selhurst Park look to persuade former attacker to leave Stamford Bridge to make South London return.
Crystal Palace are keen on re-signing Chelsea winger Victor Moses according to Football Direct News.
The 23 year old is currently on loan at Liverpool but has struggled to make an impact at Anfield and is unlikely to be a part of Jose Mourinho’s Blues first team set-up.
The Nigerian international may be open to a return Selhurst Park as he looks to get his career back on track, knowing that a move back to South London could offer the wide-man some much needed regular first team football.
Moses made 69 appearances for the Eagles prior to a £2.5m move to Wigan Athletic in January 2010 which in turn led to a move to Chelsea in August 2012.
Last term Moses made 43 appearances for Chelsea in all competition, albeit 16 of those coming from the bench, scoring ten goals in the process.
Tony Pulis will have little chance in securing the return of Moses if he fails to keep Crystal Palace in the top tier but the former Stoke City boss is doing a fine job in pursuit of securing Premier League safety with his side currently sitting in 16th spot in the table.
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