Spartak Moscow will not make a decision on the future of Victor Moses until when the 2020/21 season ends, according to the club’s public relations director, Anton Fetisov.
The former Nigerian international joined the Red-Whites in October 2020 from Chelsea for a loan fee of 300,000 euros and a permanent deal clause set at five million euros.
And according to Fetisov, Spartak will make a decision on whether to trigger the purchase clause at the end of the 2020-2021 season after talking to coach Domenico Tedesco.
“So far we have not discussed the possible redemption of Moses. The head coach will decide on Victor, it’s too early to talk about it,” Fetisov said to Sport Express.
“We will raise the issue of the purchase only at the end of the season.” Moses who is with the Spartak squad at their winter training camp in Dubai has scored once in nine games.
The 2013 African Cup of Nations winner with the Super Eagles of Nigeria has previously enjoyed loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham, Fenerbahce and Inter Milan.