Spartak Moscow, a Russian Premier League side, has decided to sign Chelsea's Victor Moses on a permanent basis.Since struggling to win over former Blues manager Frank Lampard, the former Nigeria international joined the Russian outfit on loan last summer. His brief stay in Russia was fruitful, as he scored four goals and added multiple assists in 19 appearances for Spartak Moscow, who finished second to champions Zenit St Petersburg.
The club has announced that they will use their option to retain the 30-year-old on a permanent basis, with Goal reporting that the Blues will be paid €4.5 million (?2.2 billion) in three installments.'His contract would be automatically redeemed if the team finished in the top three, and we finished second,' Spartak's PR director Anton Fetisov told RIA Novosti.
Victor Moses spent the first half of last season on loan with Turkish club Fenerbahce, before moving to Inter Milan.Do you think Chelsea should sell Victor Moses?
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