The Nigerian international ended last season on loan at Inter Milan, but Antonio Conte’s side opted against taking up an option to make the deal permanent.
This opened the door for Spartak, but football.london reports that the deal has been held up despite the player verbally agreeing terms over a move.
However, the report suggests the delay is unlikely to put the move in any real jeopardy, with the Russian transfer window open until October 17.
Moses has played more than 100 games for Chelsea since joining from Wigan in 2012, but has been out on loan on multiple occasions, with the switch to Spartak poised to be his sixth temporary spell away from Stamford Bridge.
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