Another London side, Fulham have joined Premier League rivals, Crystal Palace, in the race to sign Nigerian star, Victor Moses, from Chelsea, according to The Sun UK.
The newspaper reports that Fulham are monitoring the situation surrounding Moses’ future at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea had at the weekend placed a price tag in the region of £12 million on the winger.
According to the report, Nigerian manager, Colin Omogbehin, who coaches Fulham U18 team, could play a big role in convincing Moses to join Fulham.
Omogbehin served as a mentor to Moses during his teething years at Crystal Palace Academy, and both master and pupil have remained very close to this day.
The former Nigeria international will end his six-year association with Chelsea in the January transfer window due to his lack of first-team opportunities.
The 27-year-old is contracted with The Blues until June 30, 2021.