Former Nigeria international Victor Moses has renewed his contract with Spartak Moscow. The Russian Premier League side have confirmed the 31-year-old winger has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2024.
“We’re pleased to announce that Victor [Moses] has signed an additional contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2024,” the club confirmed on their social media pages.
Meanwhile, Moses has vowed to help the team to achieve its targets for the season after penning the new contract. “I can say with full confidence that Spartak is my club,” said the former Chelsea winger as quoted by the club’s social media pages.
“I’m happy to be part of the red-white family until at least 2024. “I will continue to help the team achieve their goals. I fell in love with everyone at Spartak and I’m really happy to be here!
”After spending a season on loan at Spartak from Chelsea, Moses finally penned a permanent deal with the club on July 2, 2021. Before leaving Chelsea, he had won two Europa League, Premier League, and FA Cup titles with the Stamford Bridge outfit after nine years of service.