Victor Moses’ market value has increased ahead of permanent transfer to Spartak Moscow from Chelsea.
Transfermarkt has updated the market values of players in the Russian Premier League and the former Nigeria international has seen his stock rise with the Chelsea-owned wing-back now valued at 6.5 million euros, an increase of €0.5 million.
Moses attained his highest market value of €20 million on May 28, 2018, seventeen days before the start of the World Cup, where he was one of the standout players for the Super Eagles.
Spartak Moscow have activated the purchase option set at five million euros for Moses, a steal for the Muscovites considering his new market value.
The 30-year-old is the 39th most valuable player in the Russian Premier League, tenth most expensive player at Spartak Moscow, seventeenth when it comes to Nigerian players and fourteenth among all players playing as right midfielder.
Khimki left-back Bryan Idowu has equaled his highest market value of 1.5 million euros first attained on June 6, 2018, while Dynamo Moscow striker Sylvester Igbonu is valued at 1.3 million euros.