Spartak Moscow will sign Victor Moses on a permanent deal should they qualify for the Uefa Champions League this season.
According to reports, the Russian side will pay Chelsea £4 million to keep the Nigerian, who joined on loan last summer.
The 30-year-old winger has scored three goals and provided two assists in 17 league appearances for Domenico Tedesco’s side.
Moses was named Man of the Match after providing two assists in Spartak Moscow’s 2-1 away win against Arsenal Tula last week.
Spartak Moscow occupy third position on the Russian Premier League table with 53 points from 28 matches and a win against Khimki on Monday (today) could boost their chances of grabbing the final Champions League spot before the final game of the season on Sunday.