Cape Town - Victor Moses is on the brink of a Stamford Bridge exit after Jose Mourinho confirmed his status in the London club's squad.
According to Sky Sports, Chelsea boss will decide on the player's future before the transfer window closes on August 31.
“We have one problem to resolve," said Mourinho.
“So until the end of the month, we have to make that decision and Victor is involved in this process. Maybe he stays or maybe he leaves. Because he is English, it is something we have to analyse as well.”
Mourinho has many other options on the wing where the Portuguese boss thinks Moses is best utilised.
“Victor’s best position is on the wings where we have many solutions. We have (Eden) Hazard, Willian, Salah and Schurrle but he (Moses) is English and at this moment we have one foreign player who has to leave.
Moses, who played in the Soccer World Cup for Nigeria's Super Eagles, is not considered to be a foreign player which could save the player's career at Stamford Bridge.
Moses spent the 2013/14 EPL season on loan at Liverpool.
The 23-year-old Moses failed to force his way into the Liverpool first team and made just 22 appearances in all competitions for the Anfield side.