Victor Moses is condemned to leaving West Ham at the end of the season following reports that his present employers are not willing to explore the chance of handing him a permanent deal when his loan stint expires.
Sky Sports sources on Monday claim that the Hammers are going to let off the trio of Moses, Alex Song or Emmanuel Emenike who will all run out of deals at Uptown Park by the end of the season.
Despite doing well for Chelsea in pre-season games, former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho opted to send out Moses on a season-long loan move to West Ham.
The Nigeria international did start brightly at the Boleyn Ground, starting 11 matches and scoring in the 2-1 victory over Manchester City.
There was however a downturn when Moses cupped a hamstring injury in the goalless draw with Manchester United in December, that saw Moses miss six weeks of the season and he has not started in the Premier League since.
He was rooted on the bench all through the weekend as the Hammers played a disappointing 2-2 draw with his former club, Crystal Palace.
With West Ham not interested in keeping him on, Moses will hope that the newly named Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte will see him useful in his revival plans for the Blues.