Former Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses, is expected to return to action for Spartak Moscow in February after a long spell on the sidelines due to an Achilles tendon injury suffered in his side’s 2-0 win over Ural on August 6, 2022.
Moses’ form for Spartak had been impressive before the injury, having scored twice in four appearances with the goals coming in his first two games of the season. The former Chelsea winger had a successful surgery in Germany and has been in rehabilitation since then.
The time frame for his return to action was speculated to be around six months and according to renowned football statistics website, Transfermarkt, the winger is expected to return to the team on February 17, while his first competitive game could be against Lokomotiv Moscow on February, 22, 2023.
It has been 152 days since Moses’ last competitive game and the 32-year-old says he is eager to return to the pitch, “Can’t wait to be back doing what I love,” he wrote on Social media.
Moses has scored nine goals while providing 10 assists in 58 games for the Russian side. He joined the club from Chelsea in the summer of 2021 for €5m.