Chelsea’s Victor Moses cut short his loan spell at Fenerbahçe in January and joined Inter Milan on loan the same month. The Nerazzurri have an option to make his transfer permanent for €12m this summer.
On June 4th, TuttoMercatoWeb reported the Serie A side consider the 29-year-old’s asking price ‘too high’ and they have not yet made a decision on him. He has made only four starts in all competitions for Inter.
Over the past 24 hours, reports coming out of Italy suggested Antonio Conte’s side are close to signing Real Madrid’s Achraf Hakimi, who is on loan at Borussia Dortmund.
According to Calciomercato, Moses’ future is ‘increasingly uncertain’ and the potential arrival of Hakimi at the San Siro makes the former’s stay beyond this season even more ‘uncertain’.
The Blues owned player’s €12m valuation gets a mention. The website adds the Italian side have not made a decision yet and as things stand, the feeling is the former Crystal Palace man’s loan deal will not be made permanent.
Inter, however, will face a problem because his loan deal expires on June 30th and their campaign will only complete in August.
Without an agreement with Chelsea, Moses will not be available for selection beyond this month. This is also a problem for the player because his future is ‘further and further away’ from Inter.
Moses’ contract at Stamford Bridge expires in 2021 and if Inter decide not to make his stay permanent, Frank Lampard’s side will have to find a solution in the upcoming window, to avoid losing him for free next summer.