Moses was lucky to have escaped, he was playing football with his friend on the street not knowing what was actually happening at home. Moses was hidden by his friend during the incident, a week later his relative sent him to the United Kingdom (UK) to take refuge.
Victor was taken in by a foster family in South London, he attended his early education at Stanley Technical High School also known as the Harris Academic, in South Norwood.
Victor Moses began his football career with Crystal Palace in the championship, as a result of his wonderful performance for the championship club, Moses talent caught the eye of the then Wigan Athletic Coach, where he made his Premier League debut in 2010.
In 2012, Victor Moses signed a contract with Chelsea after making good progress with the Wigan Athletic club for two years. Victor was able to establish himself into a force to reckon with in the Premier League. Moses was able to make an impressive start scoring a total of ten goals in all competitions during his first season at Chelsea, he later moved to some Premier League clubs on loan, clubs like Liverpool, Stoke City, and West Ham United.
Born in Nigeria, Victor Moses traveled after the death of his parents during the Kaduna crisis in the northern part of Nigeria. After moving to England, Victor played quite a number of games with the England teams, he represented England youth teams at under-16, under-17, under-19, and under-21 levels, but he left to play for Nigeria after many years of playing with the England team as a youth.
Playing for Nigeria as since given the inter Milan striker over 36 caps since his debut in 2012, he was among the team that won the African Cup of Nations in 2013. He also represented Nigeria in the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, making him one the most successful player in Nigeria.
The Nigeria winger currently plays with Inter Milan on a loan from Chelsea. Moses seems to be doing wonderfully well in his club, stating majorities of their matches and even contributing immensely to winning games. Moses has been with Chelsea football club for the past 5 years, he was enjoying a perfect time with the premier league club especially under Italian manager Antonio Conte.
Anyways since he still under the Chelsea football team by signing, Nigeria forward is given roughly around £110,000 as his weekly wage.
Current wage: £110,000 equals
N53,504,000 in one week!
This is far bigger than what a secondary school teacher, so-called doctors received after years of practicing.
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