Inter Milan are yet to make a decision on Victor Moses and whether they will turn his loan spell from Chelsea into a permanent one.
The Nigerian has been on loan with the Serie A side since January, cutting short a loan spell in Turkey to reunite with Antonio Conte in Milan.
He has managed seven appearances since arriving, with his playing time limited by the enforced suspension caused by the Coronavirus outbreak around Europe.
That, coupled with the Antonio Candreva enjoying an ‘excellent season’ has led Inter to question whether they should turn Moses’ loan deal into a permanent one.
Tuttomercatoweb explain that his failure to ‘establish himself’, plus the fact that Valentin Lazaro is yet to decide his future at Newcastle, means Inter are yet to decide what to do with the right-wing.
Should Lazaro return then he would take up Moses’ place in Inter’s squad, thus leaving little need to sign the Chelsea player permanently.
And, even if he should leave, Inter do not want to pay the €12m fee they negotiated with Chelsea when they secured Moses on loan.
That price is ‘considered too high’ by Inter’s leaders, meaning, whatever happens, they need to convince their counterparts at Chelsea to ‘make a discount’.
If they can’t do that, they may look to ‘renew the loan’ for a second season so that they can make ‘new assessments’ on Moses.
Key to it all will be the player himself, who could convince the club to invest if he manages to establish himself and impress in the first-team between now and the end of the season.