Baggies keen on Chelsea misfit.
West Bromwich Albion could be prepared to make a summer move for out-of-favour Chelsea winger Victor Moses, according to the Sun.
The 23-year-old is likely to be on his way out of Stamford Bridge this summer after failing to impress with the Blues, or during a season-long loan spell with Liverpool in 2013/14.
Once regarded as one of the most promising young talents in the Premier League during his time with Wigan Athletic, Moses could do well to try his luck at a club like West Brom as he looks to play regular football and get his career back on track.
The former Crystal Palace man is currently on World Cup duty with Nigeria, but could complete a move to the Hawthorns later this summer as the club eye new attacking players after a disappointing campaign this term.
West Brom struggled against relegation under both Steve Clarke and Pepe Mel, and new manager Alan Irvine will be keen to bring in some new forward players to bolster his options in that position, with the club still missing the influence of Romelu Lukaku, who spent the 2012/13 season on loan from Chelsea.
The Baggies will be hoping Moses is an improvement on Scott Sinclair, with the Manchester City winger failing to make an impact during his loan spell with the club this season.
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