VICTOR MOSES SET FOR ANTONIO CONTE REUNION AT INTER
Italian side Inter and London giants Chelsea have reached an agreement for the transfer of Nigerian forward Victor Moses to the Serie A club.
The 29-year-old former Wigan wide-man joined Chelsea in 2012, but has been away on loan from the club four times and is presently in the last six months of his short spell at Fenerbache.
However, Inter’s sporting director Piero Ausilio, while speaking with Sky in Italy, revealed that both clubs have reached an agreement on Moses’ switch to Italy. “There is an agreement in principle with Chelsea for Victor Moses. We are making evaluations at the moment.”
If the deal is finally made official, it would mean a reunion with the former Chelsea manager with whom he won the Premier League title back in 2017; impressing in an unprecedented wing-back role for the Blues. It would also mean Moses will be recalled from his current loan in Turkey.
The 2013 African Cup of Nations winner was loaned out to Fenerbahce by former Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri last January, but has only scored once in six games this season due to recurring injury problems.
Moses is set to become the second player to join the Italian side after Ashley Young moved to Milan from Manchester United last week.