Victor Moses cut short his loan spell with Fenerbahçe in January, and in the same month, Chelsea allowed him to join Inter Milan on a temporary deal until the end of this season.

As part of the deal, the Nerazzurri have an option of making the 29-year-old’s transfer permanent in the summer.

Calciomercato now claims the Serie A side can acquire the Nigeria international’s services for €10m.

According to the Italian outlet, Inter will take a final decision on Moses between ‘now and the end of April’. It could even stretch to first few days of May, but that’s the rough timeframe they’re looking at.

Though a fee of €10m has been set, Antonio Conte’s side ‘understand’ a ‘discount could be obtained’ for the player, especially if Moses isn’t a regular from now until the end of this campaign.

Then again, if he isn’t a regular, it may make one wonder why they’d be keen to sign him anyway, and whether he’d be keen on a squad role.

Moses has made six appearances for Inter so far, which includes only three starts.