Russian club Spartak Moscow will automatically sign Victor Moses on permanent basis if some conditions are adequately met, says managing director of the Red-Whites, Yevgeni Melezhik.
Moses joined Spartak in October for the rest of the season and the Russian giants will pay his parent club a loan fee of 300,000 euros, with the option to buy set at five million euros.
When asked what will be the decision to sign Moses permanently, Melezhikov said to Sport Express : “This decision does not depend on us. Moses is a good player, a top-level player.
“My personal feeling is that when he is with the ball, there is a certain calmness. From the point of view of game moments, I do not presume to argue – there is a head coach, he is a specialist.
“On redemption: certain conditions are spelled out in the loan agreement. When they are completed, there is an automatic renewal.”
Victor Moses Moses has played fourteen matches in all competitions in which he scored three goals and provided an assist since his debut for Spartak Moscow