It is stated that both clubs have an interest in the Nigerian winger, and are considering bidding for him in the coming days.
Jose Mourinho is keen on keeping ahold of the 24-year-old, especially as he plans on selling Juan Cuadrado, but it is reported that Mourinho cannot guarantee him first-team football, and that could force Moses to push through a move.
Villa and Spurs are both still looking to bring in more attacking players, and Moses looks a good option for both.
He is consistent, holds valuable homegrown status, and at 24, is still fairly young. He also possesses a wealth of Premier League experience, and is a far better footballer than many give him credit for.
He would fit perfectly into one of the wide positions in Tim Sherwood’s 4-3-3 system at Villa, whilst Spurs lack a real out-and-out winger to provide width for Mauricio Pochettino.
The likes of Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend cut in onto their left foot every time they are selected on the left, and Moses would provide a different option should Pochettino wish to change thinks up.
With first-team chances looking unlikely at Stamford Bridge, a move for Moses looks a real possibility this summer, and it just remains to be seen if Villa or Spurs do formalise their interest in the coming days.