Victor Moses signs a two-year deal with the Russian side Spartak Moscow.
The 30-year old winger leaves Stamford Bridge after nine years joining Russian club Spartak Moscow on a two-year deal.
Last season, he scored four goals and laid on two assists in 20 appearances to help Spartak finish second in the Russian Premier League.
He won several trophies at Chelsea including two Uefa Europa League titles, the FA Cup and the Premier League crown.
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“After 9 fantastic years and 128 games for Chelsea, I have now officially left the club to join Spartak Moscow on a permanent transfer,” Moses wrote on Instagram.
“I’ve loved every moment playing for Chelsea and leave with memories that I will cherish forever, including winning the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League.
“I’ve always appreciated the love and support shown to me during my time at Stamford Bridge and would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody connected with the club, with a special mention to the incredible Chelsea fans who have always been brilliant with me.
“I would like to wish the club every success in the future. Thank you for everything. I’ll always have blue in my heart.”