Victor Moses is currently plying his trade in Russia with Spartak Moscow and with Antonio Conte now at Tottenham Hotspur, reports have been linking the two together for a reunion in London, just four years after the two stormed to the Premier League title and an FA Cup.
Moses actually only officially left Chelsea this summer following loan spells around Europe, including that of Inter Milan where he was a part of Conte's team that finished runners-up in Serie A in 2019/20. The Nigerian would play 20 times in all competitions and he wasn't really relied upon as much as he once was in his Chelsea days under the Italian.
Now, with the lack of form from players like Ben Davies and Matt Doherty, turning to the ol' reliable in Moses would be a very Conte move. He would also be dirt cheap and go in line with Spurs' recent transfer struggles and cheap nature.
Under Conte at Chelsea, Moses became one of Europe's most in-form wing-backs in his famed 3-5-2 and he played in 62 of 76 games throughout the two seasons the now-Spurs manager was in charge of Chelsea. Only a handful of players had more.
It would be shrewd business, and at 31, Moses could still have a bit to offer. He currently has two goals this season, but following four assists from six games in the Europa League, he is certainly in a bit of form.