Blues winger heads to Stoke for 2014/15.Stoke City have announced via their official Twitter account that the club have brought in Victor Moses on a season-long loan from Chelsea.
The Nigerian international was also loaned out last season, spending the 2013/14 campaign on a temporary deal at Liverpool, though he failed to impress before returning to Stamford Bridge this summer.
Out of the first-team picture at Chelsea as well, Moses is now the latest exciting signing made by Stoke manager Mark Hughes this summer, with the Potters also bringing in promising young forward Bojan Krkic from Barcelona.
Moses has previously had spells at Crystal Palace and Wigan Athletic, earning a reputation as one of the most promising attacking players in the Premier League, though his career has gone somewhat downhill in recent times.
The 23-year-old has only made 43 appearances for the Blues since joining the club in 2012, and faces plenty of competition for places in the Chelsea squad due to the presence of some world class names such as Eden Hazard, Oscar and Andre Schurrle in the attacking midfield positions.
Stoke City have completed the season-long loan of Victor Moses from Chelsea #scfc
— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) August 16, 2014
Moses will now hope to impress with his new club as he seeks to revive his career in English football.