Fernebahce of Turkey winger, Victor Moses is bound to see out an 18-month loan deal at the Turkish Super Lig club, without any thought of returning to his parent club, Chelsea, as a survey has revealed that The Blues do not have a recall clause in the deal that took him to Istanbul.
While Chelsea egg heads have reacted to their recent transfer ban from FIFA by counting all their players that are currently on loan at other clubs, Moses is not included in the picture.
The Blues are considering recalling the like of Ola Aina at AS Torino of Italy and Kenneth Omerruo from Leganes of Spain, as they are both in top form with their respective clubs and could finally get full chances for relevance at Stamford Bridge next season.
However, same does not apply to 28-year-old Moses, who joined Fener in January, as The Blues did not include in their agreement with the Lig outfit a clause that would allow Chelsea call him back to London early.
It will, thus, be an opportunity to settle down fully for Moses, who got his Fenerbahce career off to a bright start with a goal in his second match for The Yellow Canaries, but struggled against Istanbul rivals, Besiktas in their derby on Monday, which ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw.
Moses has also come to realise that it is not all a bed of roses at Fener, as they are still dangling close to relegation zone on 24 points after 22 games, with their worst ever campaign in Turkish Super Lig history.
Nonetheless, although Moses appeared to struggle on Monday, he will serve the duration of his 18-month loan in accordance with terms of the contract agreement between both top clubs.