According to a recent report by Sky Sports, Inter Milan are plotting a move to bring Chelsea winger Victor Moses, who is currently playing on loan at Fenerbahce, to the San Siro during the summer transfer period.
The same source has also revealed that the new Inter boss, Antonio Conte, wants to reunite with his former player in Italy after the pair won the Premier League title together at Stamford Bridge in 2017.
Moses’ Underwhelming Loan Spell In Turkey
The 28-year-old was a regular starter for the Pensioners when Conte was in charge, but he has lost his first-team place under Maurizio Sarri which saw him being shipped out to Turkey back in January. Since his move to Fenerbahce, Moses has experienced a mediocre spell after scoring three goals in 13 matches in the Turkish Super Lig thus far.
The Nigerian winger’s current loan deal expires in the summer of 2020, so Inter would have to find a way to negotiate his release from Fenerbahce if they are serious about recruiting him ahead of the new season. Moses has also earned 38 international caps for Nigeria and has registered 12 goals for his nation so far.
What Does The Nigerian Talent Offer On The Pitch?
Moses boasts blistering pace and is a very penetrative dribbler with the ball down the right flank. He is versatile enough to feature on the left wing as well, which makes him a useful squad player for any of his potential suitors. However, the former Liverpool wide man needs to be more productive in the final third if he wants to succeed at the highest level.
The Pensioners are currently facing a two-transfer window ban by FIFA, which means that Sarri should consider using all of the players at his disposal. Moses could still help Chelsea next season if Sarri intends to give him a shot at Stamford Bridge.
Should Chelsea Part Ways With Moses?
On the other hand, a change of scenery could help Moses reignite his career in European football. Thus, the player would benefit from moving to Inter Milan this summer. Sarri needs to decide on whether he would use the Nigerian international in the coming years. If not, Chelsea would be better of letting him leave permanently so that both parties can move on in search of greener pastures.
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