Chelsea's strength in depth has become even stronger after the signing of Pedro, and it means that there might be room for manoeuvre in terms of the future of one Chelsea player.
That Chelsea player is Victor Moses, after spending the past two seasons out on loan at Liverpool and Stoke City respectively and looks surplus to requirements in Jose Mourinho's side. Both Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in the Nigerian international according to ESPN, and a deal could be struck before the transfer window closes.
He could be available for a relatively cheap fee, it is rumoured he could go for as little as £3 million, and he is expected to move in search of regular first team football. Chelsea have plenty of options in attacking midfield, including Hazard, Oscar, Willian, Pedro and Cuadrado, leaving Moses well down in the pecking order and having spent two seasons away from Stamford Bridge, it is expected he will move on soon.