The Nigerian international spent the previous campaign out on loan with Stoke, and has not played a competitive match for the club since Jose Mourinho returned take over the club for the second time.
However, The Sun claim that the 24-year-old is not keen on a return to The Britannia and Spurs are planning to make a jump for his signature as the future of England international Andros Townsend remains unclear.
The report states that Spurs are keen to bring in Moses before selling Townsend to Sunderland, Newcastle or Aston Villa. However, the three clubs interested in Townsend are not willing to meet his apparent £15m valuation.
Moses arrived at Stamford Bridge at the beginning of the 2012/13 season, and went on to make a strong impact at the club – scoring a total of 10 goals in 43 appearances across all competitions.
However, he was then shipped out for a difficult loan spell with Liverpool before reigniting his career in the Potteries.
Either way, Moses doesn’t seem to have much of a career left in West London, and should look for the right club to come along and make a permanent offer for him.