Chelsea Legend Tommy Langley has expressed pity for former Nigerian international, Victor Moses, over the bench role he has found himself under new Blues boss, Maurizio Sarri.
Moses was a regular for the West Londoners under erstwhile coach Antonio Conte, flourishing in the right wing-back position.
The 27-year-old has struggled to get for a game-time under Sarri at Stamford Bridge just making three appearances from the bench in the Premier League and Europa League, although he played the full 90 minutes in the Chelsea’s Caraboa Cup win over Liverpool at Anfield in October.
Speaking to Chelsea TV Langley said, “I feel sorry for Victor Moses. He had a fantastic time two years ago and it culminates on him not even being on the bench.”
Moses, who still has just over two-and-a-half years left on his contract, has been heavily linked with January move to his former club, Crystal Palace.