The Premier League outfits Cardiff City have reportedly entered the race to land Victor Moses from Chelsea this month, according to the latest reports from Welsh media.
The Nigerian star has been linked with several sides across the continent in recent times as his long-term future at West London continues to be placed under scrutiny.
Following Italian manager Maurizio Sarri’s appointment as the club’s first-team coach, the versatile right-back has struggled to secure regular playing time, with Cesar Azpilicueta and Davide Zappacosta ahead of the former Wigan player in the pecking order.
This has led to speculation over a potential move away from the Blues in the January transfer window. Crystal Palace had been previously connected with a swoop to sign Victor but according to fresh reports from Wales Online, Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City side have expressed an interest.
It is reported that after missing out on a loan deal for Liverpool loanee Nathaniel Clyne recently, the Bluebirds have turned their attention towards securing a deal for the Chelsea star on a temporary basis until the end of the term.