The Chelsea of England player reportedly announced his surprise international retirement in a series of Twitter posts and pictures citing his club career development and family as part of his reasons for the decision.

The Chelsea of England player reportedly announced his surprise international retirement in a series of Twitter posts and pictures citing his club career development and family as part of his reasons for the decision.

The Chelsea of England player reportedly announced his surprise international retirement in a series of Twitter posts and pictures citing his club career development and family as part of his reasons for the decision.

The former Stoke City, Westham and Liverpool player thanked Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr, the coaching staff, Nigerians and indeed the NFF for the support and opportunity given to him while playing for the national team.

Victor Moses was instrumental in Super Eagles conquering of Africa in 2013 and represented the country in two World Cups – 2014 and 2018.
No reactions have come out from NFF over this development.

However, his Chelsea teammate, Eden Hazard has wished him well in his future endeavors. Hazard Twitted “Congratulations! You made your country proud.”
Victor Moses retired at 27 years.

It remains to been seen whether Super Eagles coach and the nation’s football administration would allow him to be.

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