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Liverpool have confirmed their third deadline day deal in the arrival of Victor Moses on a season long loan deal from Chelsea.
The former Crystal Palace and Wigan star has been allowed to leave the Blues by Jose Mourinho having fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge following the arrivals of Andre Schurrle, Willian and the return of Kevin de Bruyne from loan.
"First and foremost, I'm delighted to have made the loan from Chelsea to a big club like Liverpool," Moses told Liverpool's official website.
"The most important thing is for me to be professional about it and I'm here to do a job for the club.
Liverpool Football Club is delighted to announce the season-long loan signing of Chelsea forward Victor Moses. pic.twitter.com/1N7PT2fXGU
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 2, 2013
"The target is to get into the top four and for the club to compete in the Champions League - and I'm delighted to be here.
"The manager has done very well and the formation and players here will help me and I just want to gel in, get to know the players and play with them.
"There are a lot of quality players here - they're winning games and creating chances. It's a massive thing for me to be here."
In a momentous closing day of the transfer window for Liverpool, Nigeria international Moses joins Mamadou Sakho and Tiago Ilori at Anfield following their moves from Paris Saint Germain and Sporting Lisbon respectively. The trio were present at Anfield yesterday to see their new club beat Manchester United 1-0.
While it has been a busy morning for incoming deals at Anfield, there may still be deals to be struck that will see players leaving the club before tonight's deadline at 11pm.
Sky Sports News report that Fabio Borini may be one to leave the club in the coming hours. The Italy international is currently at Sunderland's training ground undergoing a medical ahead of a season long loan at the Stadium of Light.
Signed last summer from Roma, Borini endured an injury-ridden first season in English football, where he was limited to just ten starts in all competitions.