Inter Milan right-back, Victor Moses, has been named among the most noticeably awful signings made by previous Liverpool administrator, Brendan Rodgers, during his time at the Anfield.
Moses, 29, was marked from rivals Chelsea on a season long advance arrangement in front of the 2013/14 season.
Played in the left midfield job, Moses scored an objective in 19 appearances and in a rundown arranged by talkSPORT, the Nigerian was incorporated close by different players who neglected to satisfy hopes under the present Leicester City chief.
His presentation was not persuading enough to gain him a lasting remain with the Reds and the previous Nigeria global came back to Chelsea.
Remarking on Moses’ time at Anfield, talkSPORT.com stated, “It appeared to be unimaginable for Chelsea to give an OK player access Moses play for rivals Liverpool on credit in the 2013/14 season. Notwithstanding, any concerned Chelsea fan needn’t have stressed as Moses truly battled to have an effect in a season on Merseyside.
“Moses scored on his Reds debut, a very much put finish at Swansea, however that was his solitary objective for Liverpool.
“Those marginally progressively over the top Kopites will recall Moses basically missing an open objective with an outside air shot on that notorious ‘Crystanbul’ night where Liverpool blew a 3-0 lead to draw at Gem Castle.