Nigeria’s Victor Moses Too Good To Let Go, Says Mourinho, Chelsea Boss

Jose Mourinho has expressed his determination to retain the Nigeria striker, Victor Moses describing him as a player who can add a lot of game changing effects to his team.

The 22-year old Super Eagles forward, who has been linked with a move to Everton, has put out an impressive performance in pre season and Mourinho believes Moses has a crucial role to play in the coming season.

“Victor has been terrific, working very hard,” he affirmed.

“In his position, we have Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Andre Schurrle, and with Victor, we can change during a match and give new life to the team.”

“Where can I fit all the players in? I hope to play 60 matches. So we will use a rotation of players that’s for sure,” the Blues boss said.

Moses was introduced into the Chelsea-Ac Milan semi finals game in the second half together with compatriot Mikel Obi and the winger provided the assist for the Blues second goal.

Moses has been playing a key role in most matches in the Chelsea midfield that boasts of rich talents after the arrival of Andre Schurrle this summer and the return of Belgium youngster Kevin de Bruyne, who was loaned to Werder Bremen last season.

Eden Hazard, Juan Mata and Oscar established themselves as the pivotal trio behind the striker last season, leaving Mourinho with some major selection decisions to ponder ahead of the new campaign.

Chelsea now faces Real Madrid tomorrow, Wednesday, in the finals of the International Champions Cup competition to be played in Miami, America.

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