Victor Moses
Chelsea are willing to listen to offers for Victor Moses and Juan Cuadrado after the Blues completed the signing of Pedro from BarcelonaGetty

Chelsea are reportedly willing to listen to offers for midfield duo Juan Cuadrado and Victor Moses following the arrival of Pedro Rodriguez from Barcelona on Thursday 20 August.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the Nigerian international and the Colombian are surplus to requirements following the arrival of the Barcelona forward and will be allowed to leave if they receive suitable offers.

The former Fiorentina midfielder only joined Chelsea during this year's January transfer window, for a reported fee of around £23.3m ($36.6m) according to the BBC. But he has struggled to adapt to the Premier League and has made just 13 appearances for the Premier League champions thus far.

He made 12 of those appearances during the second half of last season, but did not manage to complete the full 90 minutes on even one occasion. This season he has made one substitute appearance during Chelsea's loss to Manchester City in their second Premier League game of the season.

It is unlikely that he will get regular game time following the arrival of the Spanish international, but Chelsea will find it difficult to offload him as they will look to recoup most of the £27m they paid for him at the start of the year.

Moses, on the other hand, is in demand with Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa reportedly interested in signing the Nigerian midfielder.

The former Wigan Atheltic wide player joined Chelsea in 2012, but after failing to break into the first team, he was loaned out to Liverpool during the 2013/14 campaign. Last season, he spent the entire campaign on loan with Stoke City, who had also enquired about taking him on a permanent basis.

Jose Mourinho is reportedly open to keeping the Nigerian international at Stamford Bridge this season after his impressive performances during pre-season, but is aware that the presence of Eden Hazard, Oscar, Pedro and Willian will see him miss out on regular first-team football.

According to the Mirror, Spurs have submitted an £8m ($12.5m) offer for Moses. However, the move has been cast in doubt after the Nigerian confirmed that he is suffering from injury, but hopes to be back very soon to the first-team fold.