Chelsea winger Victor Moses could be set to swap one west London club for another, according to bookmakers.
Moses has been heavily linked with a move away from the club, having found his opportunities limited under Maurizio Sarri so far this season, with just six appearances in all competitions.
Sarri has already stated that the Nigerian does not fit into his system, and with the writing on the wall for his Chelsea career, bookmakers are offering odds of 1/5 that he will leave Stamford Bridge this month.
But he may not be moving too far, according to bookmakers Sky Bet.
They have Chelsea’s west London rivals Fulham as his most likely destination, with the Whites currently odds-on to sign the 28-year-old this month.
Sky Bet are offering odds of 8/11 that he will soon join former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri at Craven Cottage as the Italian looks to try and guide the Whites to Premier League survival, after a torrid first half of the season.
And plenty of Fulham fans responding to our recent transfer survey have named Moses as one of the players they would like to see join in the January transfer window.
Moses has also been linked with a return to Crystal Palace this month, and several Eagles supporters have also named the Chelsea man as one of their preferred signings this month.
But Palace are currently 8/1 in the betting market to re-sign Moses, who started his career in south London, prior to joining Wigan Athletic in 2010.
It is 4/1 for Moses to join any Chinese Super League club, with Premier League trio Cardiff City, West Ham and Brighton seen as outsiders, priced at 12/1, 25/1 and 33/1 respectively.