Victor Moses receives N13.9m watch from Roman Abramovich

By Daily Sports on July 12, 2017

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Super Eagles winger Victor Moses received a luxury watch worth up to 30,000 pounds (equivalent of N13.9 million) from Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich for assisting the club win the Premier League last season.

The Sun is reporting that the club donated luxury watches to their title-winning stars, and they will not be allowed to report for training late in the forthcoming season.

Brazil winger Willian literally let the cat out of the bag after he posted pictures on Instagram, and revealed a message from chairman Bruce Buck.

The message read : ''On behalf of Mr Abramovich and also on behalf of the Board of Directors of the club, congratulations on creating history during the 2016/17 season.

''It’s been a campaign to remember. Keep the blue flag flying high.''

Bruce Buck, chairman.''Moses, 26, appeared 34 times for Chelsea in the English-top flight last season and netted three goals in matches against Burnley, Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

•Photo shows Victor Moses. 

Source Daily Sports

Posted July 12, 2017

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