Why a loan move to West Brom could be perfect for Victor Moses

West Brom manager Tony Pulis before the game

West Bromwich Albion should consider a loan move for the Chelsea man.

West Ham's Victor Moses in action with Blackburn's Darragh Lenihan

West Bromwich Albion’s use of the loan market last season was interesting to say the least, with Arsenal’s Serge Gnabry and Tottenham Hotspur’s Alex Pritchard both brought in only to be used sporadically at best.

Gnabry in particular will be baffled by his lack of game-time, but that does not mean the Baggies will not return to the loan market next season if the right player comes along.

One such man could be Chelsea winger Victor Moses, who is clocking up clubs at quite a rate but who will be looking for a new home after his loan spell at West Ham United came to an end.

With the Hammers unlikely to make the move permanent, that will leave question marks over Moses’ future, but he would be the perfect addition to West Brom’s promising squad.

Chelsea's Victor Moses

At 25, Moses has plenty of top flight experience, and he has the attacking quality and versatility to excel at The Hawthorns if given the chance.

The Nigeria international has scored and assisted wherever he has been; the problem is he has never been anywhere long enough to set up home.

A loan spell at West Brom next season would be perfect to see if he can settle at the club and if manager Tony Pulis can get the best out of him, a permanent move the following summer could be secured for a relatively cheap price given he would only have two years left on his Chelsea contract.

West Brom could certainly do with more goal threat and Moses offers that, while he will also surely have the desire to finally prove just how good he can be when played on a consistent basis.

West Brom manager Tony Pulis

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