Burnley’s attempt to sign Victor Moses has been halted by the Premier League. Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last month, the former Chelsea star is eager to leave Spartak Moscow.
Due to the ongoing crisis, Fifa and Uefa have ruled that players trapped in both countries’ domestic leagues can switch clubs outside of the transfer window.
Moses has agreed to a short-term deal with Sean Dyche’s side until the end of the season, with Spartak willing to help with the move.
Burnley’s Moses’ quest to defend the competition’s “sporting integrity” has failed, according to the Mail. This implies that the 31-year-old will not be permitted to play in England until the following season.
After that, he played the 2019–20 season with Fenerbahce, before making 20 appearances for Inter Milan the previous season.
Moses joined Spartak Moscow on a permanent basis last year and has made 46 appearances for the Russian club.
Since the outbreak of the conflict last month, he has been in action, most recently playing 45 minutes against Nizhny Novgorod last weekend.