Chelsea’s on-loan winger Victor Moses is back at Stamford Bridge, but only for treatment after his season has been cut short due to an injury sustained whilst at Stoke City, The Telegraph reports.
The 24-year-old suffered an complex hamstring injury in the Potters’ 1-1 draw against West Ham United at the weekend and is now set to miss the rest of the campaign.
The Nigeria international had been on loan at the Britannia Stadium since August after realising that first team opportunities at the bridge were going to be limited this season.
Last year he had a spell at Liverpool as they pushed for the title, but after scoring on his debut against Swansea he found starts hard to come by for the Anfield outfit thereafter, starting just nine out of his 22 appearances on Merseyside.
This year he’s had mixed fortunes under Mark Hughes, suffering a long-term injury earlier in the campaign which halted his progress, nonetheless he had scored three goals in 19 league games.
It remains to be seen whether the Potters attempt to sign the winger on a permanent basis in the summer, but it’s unlikely that Moses has a future at Chelsea.
After signing from Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2012, he hasn’t played a game for the Blues since 2013 and with the likes of Eden Hazard, Juan Cuadrado and Willian ahead of him in the pecking order in West London it is hard to see how he could carve out a first team spot next season.