In a statement on Sunday signed by the National Publicity Secretary of Atiku Support Organisation, Victor Moses, the group described the presidential candidate as “the best vice president Nigeria has ever had since 1960 independence.”
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Sparta Moscow have set up camp in Tarasovka ahead of the new season.
According to reports, the Clarets made an approach to bring in the former Chelsea man on a short term deal from Spartak Moscow given then the ongoing situation in Russia. But the Premier League refused to sanction the move despite Moses, Burnley and Spartak Moscow reportedly all being happy with the decision.
The 31-year-old, who plays for Russian club Spartak Moscow, quit international duty in 2018 to focus on his club career.
The Russian Premier League side have confirmed the 31-year-old winger has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2024.
Moses has made 128 appearances for the Blues in all competitions, his best campaign coming in 2016-17 as he helped the club win the Premier League under Antonio Conte.
The duo helped their club, Leicester City, to clinch the 2020/2021 English FA Cup title.
The winger struggled for game time under Mourinho between 2013 and 2015, with the then Chelsea boss deeming him surplus to requirements.
It’s been claimed Moses’ loan could be cut short by Spartak.
The versatile former Super Eagle opened his account for the Red and Whites in their 3-1 victory over Krasnodar on Saturday.
Moses was on the fringes at Stamford Bridge this summer and was looking for a route out of the club as the transfer window neared its end.
The 29-year-old will join the Russian side on a temporary switch until the end of the campaign.
Football.london says Moses has less than a week to complete his Chelsea loan exit, with delays over his medical stalling the former Wigan Athletic man’s move to Spartak Moscow.
According to reports, Moses has agreed personal terms with the Russian Premier League club, who had also made enquires about Serge Aurier and Kiko Femenia with Spurs and Watford respectively, and he will soon fly to Russia for his medical.
The official website of Chelsea has published a 25-man squad list for the prestigious club competition and the versatile winger has not been selected by manager Frank Lampard, which more or less confirms that he’s surplus to requirements for the 2020-2021 season.
Reports claimed Moses is in limbo after Inter Milan failed to sanction his permanent move from Chelsea.
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner has entered the final nine months of his contract with the Blues, whom he joined from Wigan Athletic in August 2012, and is not in the plans of manager Frank Lampard for the 2020-21 season.
The former Super Eagles star returned to West London this month after his brief loan stint at Inter Milan and he is yet to make a matchday squad since the start of the campaign.
Moses, 29, played for the Latics between 2010 and 2012.
Moses stated this via his verified Twitter handle on Monday.