English Premier League side Stoke City look set to complete a swoop for Super Eagles winger Victor Moses from Chelsea.
The Nigeria international made a similar switch in the 2013/2014 campaign as he spent a full season on-loan with 5-time UEFA Champions League winners Liverpool.
Last season Moses made 19 appearances on loan at Liverpool, scoring once and he was heavily linked with another loan spell with Sunderland.
His Chelsea career started with a flourish as he won the Europa league with the team in 2013 scoring vital goals in the run in.
However, he couldn't add to his tally of 23 matches under manager Rafa Benitez when Jose Mourinho took over the team and decided to loan him to Liverpool.
The Potters have reached final stages of the negotiations with the London team - and Mourinho doesn't view the mobile player as part of his plans at Stamford Bridge.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is confident of sealing a move for the 2013 AFCON winner who failed to shine for Nigeria at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Hughes is seeking to blood in the former Wigan Athletic star who could serve as an important player at the Britannia Stadium.
The presence of national team compatriot, Peter Osaze Odemwingie at Stoke, might be the deciding factor in fast tracking the deal.
Aston Villa, Crystal Palace and West Brom have been linked with a move for the player but Hughes is ready to quickly secure the player's loan switch before next week.