West Ham releases Victor Moses
English premiership side, West Ham United, has released Victor Moses alongside eight others including Emmanuel Emenike, and Alex Song to their parent clubs at the end of their season-long loan deals.
Since his big-time move to the Blues from Wigan Athletic, Moses has spent the last four seasons playing for four different Premier League teams.
Combined with his 2+ seasons at Wigan, the 25-year-old now has well over 150 Premier League appearances to his name. And yet, after spending time and impressing fairly regularly at Chelsea, Liverpool, Stoke City, and most recently West Ham United, he can’t quite manage to get settled anywhere.
Stoke almost signed him last year only for Moses to suffer an untimely injury. He had a good run with West Ham, too, during the first half of this season, but a hamstring injury in December ruled him out for a couple months and he only managed to return to a reduced role.
On Tuesday, West Ham confirmed that they did not take up their option to buy, releasing the player back to Chelsea.
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