Victor Moses takes to charity after Chelsea snub

Victor Moses Chelsea

With game time proving challenging to come by, Nigerian midfielder Victor Moses appears to have sought solace elsewhere in charity.

Moses thrilled young Blues faithful at a Christmas party organized by the club.

According to the ex-Wigan star, he had “great fun” with the kids he described as “future Chelsea stars”.

The 27-year-old has become something of a ghost around Stamford Bridge these days since Maurizio Sarri’s appointment last summer.

Moses played a key role in Antonio Conte’s two years in London which culminated in a Premier League and FA Cup winners medals.

He is yet to start a league game this season, with just two appearances coming as cameos.

In fact, the Nigerian has not been spotted around the first team squad in almost two months, fuelling reports of a potential January exit.

Former club, Crystal Palace and Fulham are reportedly interested in his services.

Moses joined Chelsea in 2012 and has played over a decade game since then.