Victor Moses joined Chelsea in 2012 and has been on four loans from the club. Earlier this year, he joined Fenerbahçe on a short-term temporary deal until the end of the season.
When Antonio Conte was in charge at Stamford Bridge, he converted the winger into a right wing-back and the Nigeria international made 62 appearances in the Premier League between 2016 and 2018.
Last summer, the Blues parted ways with the former Juventus manager and replaced him with Maurizio Sarri.
Conte is still without a job and if a report from FcInterNews is to be believed, he is expected to replace Luciano Spalletti at the San Siro in the summer.
It’s claimed the former west London club manager will welcome Moses with open arms at Inter Milan.
The player’s contract with the English side runs down in 2020 and the Nerazzurri believe the deal can be concluded for €12m plus bonuses, which is half of what Manchester City are demanding for Danilo.
On the table, there is a four-year contract, which was the first request for the versatile player. Even though he is Nigerian, Moses holds British passport, meaning he will not count as a non-EU player.
For Chelsea, the summer would be last opportunity to cash in from Moses sale and a move to Inter would let him reunite with Conte, if the latter is appointed as the Serie A side’s new manager.