Victor Moses is unlikely to play for Chelsea again under Thomas Tuchel and is on the verge of completing a permanent move away.
Spartak Moscow’s last-gasp victory over Khimki on Monday night could ensure that a £4 million clause in Moses’ loan contract is triggered.
If the Russian team makes the Champions League, they will be required to pay a release clause in order to sign the former Super Eagles star on a permanent basis.
Spartak can seal the deal this weekend if they can avoid defeat away to Akhmat Grozny while also maintaining their 10-goal advantage over their opponents.
Moses appeared in 128 games for Chelsea, winning the Premier League and two Europa League titles.