According to a report by English media out let daily star, Chelsea on loan midfielder Victor Moses has returned back to Chelsea from Stoke City after suffering a season ending hamstring injury.
The Nigerian had joined Stoke City from Chelsea in the summer on a season long loan deal but has now had his season cut short after making a total of 19 premier league appearances for the potters prior to picking up the injury in Stoke City’s 1-1 draw away to West Ham.
According to the report, Stoke city have been forced to send the Nigerian attacker back to Chelsea after a scan at the club’s training ground revealed a problem with the tendon in his hamstring.
There had been reports of Stoke City manager Mark Hughes wanting to make the loan deal a permanent one in the summer but that may now be in doubt now as a result of the player’s injury.
Moses signed for Chelsea from Wigan in a deal reportedly worth £9m after helping the lactics avoid relegation in the 2011/2012 season but he has failed to leave up to expectation ever since he joined Chelsea. He spent last seaosn on loan to Liverpool where he could only muster six EPL appearances all season.
His career had before the injury seemed to be on a rival after he created 32 chances for Stoke City in the league, just one less than Stoke’s most creative player so far in the league this season Marko Arnautovic.