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Chelsea need real wingers like Victor Moses, who are comfortable with their role out wide and have the ability to drag opposing players out of position.
The large majority of Wigan Athletic's best attacking forays were because of Moses.
Daniel Sturridge has played as an inside-out winger this season but he has voiced his desires to play centrally.
The less said about Florent Malouda, the better.
| ||Sturridge ||Malouda ||Moses
|Assists || 3
|| 2 ||1
|Shots Created ||21 || 23 ||35
10 || 1 ||4
|Successful Dribbles ||24 ||19 ||75
* Premier League only.
Keep in mind, Moses plays for a team destined for relegation and a team devoid of any class in the forward line.
I'm not saying Chelsea should buy Moses because there are better options out there (i.e. Luciano Narsingh, Patrick Herrmann, Ola John, etc).
The point I'm making is that when you're a wide player, you have to support the centre forward, something you cannot say Sturridge does enough.