Three days ago, we covered claims from Sky Italia that Inter Milan have identified Chelsea’s Victor Moses as a backup target in the winter market.
On January 19th, Corriere dello Sport explained the 29-year-old’s move to the Serie A side is a ‘matter of a medical away’.
It was also stated the Blues are demanding £10m for the former Nigeria international, whose contract at Stamford Bridge expires in 2021.
He is currently on loan at Fenerbahçe and for Antonio Conte’s side to sign him this month, the Europa League winners must terminate his temporary transfer.
According to FcInterNews, Moses has ‘officially asked’ the Turkish club to release him so that he can move to Inter. This solution would be appreciated by Fenerbahçe as they will save the wages they were contracted to pay him.
Talks between Inter and Frank Lampard’s side are ongoing, and it’s claimed Chelsea are ready to allow their player go out on loan with a mandatory purchase option set at €10m.
A thigh muscle rupture has kept Moses on the sidelines from first week of December and the report adds his physical condition will be fundamental in the operation, suggesting a tough medical.