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What is Victor Moses Net Worth? The soccer star has made a name for himself with numerous clubs, from Chelsea to Inter Milan. Learn all about his achievements, net worth and more here.
Victor Moses is a Nigerian footballer currently based in Russian club side, Spartak Moscow.
He was born on the 12th of December 1990 to Mr and Mrs Austine Moses in Kaduna State, North-Central region of Nigeria.
Victor Moses Profile
- Full name: Victor Moses
- Date of birth: 12 December 1990
- Place of birth: Lagos, Nigeria
- Height: 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
- Position: Winger, Wing-back
- Current Club: Spartak Moscow
2002–2007: Crystal Palace
- 2007–2010: Crystal Palace; 58 Apps; (11 Gls)
- 2010–2012: Wigan Athletic; 74 Apps; (8 Gls)
- 2012–2021: Chelsea; 87 Apps; (7 Gls)
- 2013–2014 → Liverpool (loan); 19 Apps; (1 Gls)
- 2014–2015 → Stoke City (loan); 19 Apps; (3 Gls)
- 2015–2016 → West Ham United (loan); 21 Apps; (1 Gls)
- 2019–2020 → Fenerbahçe (loan); 20 Apps; (5 Gls)
- 2020 → Inter Milan (loan); 12 Apps
- 2020–2021 → Spartak Moscow (loan); 19 Apps; (4 Gls)
- 2021– Spartak Moscow; 29 Apps; (4 Gls)
- 2005: England U16; 1 App
- 2006–2007: England U17; 15 Apps; (9 Gls)
- 2008–2009: England U19; 12 Apps; (2 Gls)
- 2010: England U21; 1 App
- 2012–2018: Nigeria; 38 Apps; (12 Gls)
Victor Moses Biography
What is Victor Moses tribe? Moses had begun his football on the streets of Kaduna before a heinous tragedy that orphaned him struck – an event he described as “the worst day of my life”.
A riot happened up North in one of those villages during which Moses’ parents were killed. This riot touched many houses and Moses’ was not an exception.
After peace was restored, the relatives of Victor Moses were able to facilitate his exit from Nigeria to the UK under foster care.
He was signed to the Crystal Palace academy at a young age after his meteoric rise became noticeable soon enough at the Stanley Technical High School.
After a couple of years playing with these schools and simultaneously being registered with Palace Academy, Moses eventually got his debut start at the age of 16 in a championship game against Cardiff to kick start his club career.
A fine start to club football at Crystal Palace where he played 16 matches in his debut season saw The Eagles ask for a contract extension despite losing the Championship playoff.
Crystal Palace didn’t fare any better in the season that followed, finishing the season on the 15th place on the Championship log.
For Moses, the following season was a successful one as he scored six goals in the club’s first eight games.
His season performance drew interest from other clubs, but it was Wigan he eventually signed a contract with.
At Wigan, there was a tight competition for starting berths between Moses and N’zogbia.
Also, series of injuries constantly kept Moses out of action. This made his start at Wigan Athletic a forgettable one.
He, however, got to start at the 2011-2012 season after N’zogbia’s departure from the club.
Wigan eventually let go of him to Chelsea after the Premier League side offered a bid for the striker.
Moses’ years at Chelsea was characterized by loan spells at different clubs given that his performances when given the chance didn’t meet up with the expectations of the club and fans.
He would always feature in the UEFA Europa League, FA Cup and the League Cup as opportunities to feature in league matches never came.
The winger’s inability to secure a place in the Chelsea setup orchestrated his first loan move away from Chelsea to Liverpool in 2013.
He played nineteen matches and scored just one goal during his season-long loan with The Reds.
Victor Moses’ had loan spells at other clubs namely Stoke City and West Ham before he finally returned to Chelsea.
On his return to Stamford Bridge, Moses helped The Blues to a Premier League title under Antonio Conte, proving instrumental in the team’s 3-5-2 formation.
He also won the FA Cup in the season after with the club before he was sent on another loan spell to Fenerbahçe, Inter Milan, and Spartak Moscow.
He eventually settled for Spartak Moscow after he was told he had no place in the team.
Victor Moses made 128 appearances across nine years at Chelsea after signing for the club from Wigan Athletic in 2012.
Moses represented the English cadre teams across the U16, U17, U19 and U21 levels having kick-started his professional football career in England.
He however chose to switch allegiance in 2012, playing for Nigeria for six years.
The former Chelsea winger became the delight of Nigerian fans and his influence in the African-conquering team of 2013 was massive.
He also helped Nigeria qualify for the 2014 and 2018 World Cups before calling time on his international career in 2018 shortly after World Cup.
Victor Moses Net Worth & Salary
His financial success is a reflection of his dedication and hard work to the game – this is why it’s no surprise that despite losing his parents at a young age, he still found a way to make it to the pinnacle of the round leather game.
Moses has been at Spartak Moscow since 2021 following a prolonged loan spell. He was signed for a sum of $5.4 million and his current salary is £43,000 which stands at $2.84 million annually.
Victor Moses Wife
The 2013 AFCON winner is happily married to his long-time girlfriend named Josephine. The pair have birthed three children together.
Their wedding reportedly took place just a week after clinching the English Premier League title with Chelsea in 2016.
House and Cars
Aside from his mansions in London, reports have it that Moses has a mansion in the Lekki area of Lagos state in Nigeria, with exquisite facilities ranging from a swimming pool, gym, cinema, kitchen, and advanced security systems. Of course, with Victor Moses Net Worth, he can acquire all of these.
The house is valued at a staggering N250 million as of 2021.
He owns several luxury cars in his collection too. They include an Aston Martin, a Ferrari 458 Italia, a Ford Edge and a BMW 18.
This article was updated 4 months ago