Inter Milan have reignited their interest to sign former Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses according to gianlucadimazio.com.
Inter were heavily linked with the 2013 African Cup Of Nations winner last summer but they went on to sign Hertha Berlin’s Valentino Lazaro who has the same attributes as the Chelsea-owned winger.
Moses is valued in the region of ten million euros (around N3.95 billion in Nigerian currency) but Inter Milan are proposing a loan deal for the Nigerian striker.
The Nerazzurri are currently in the market to sign alternative players in case they fail to reach an agreement with Roma for a swap deal involving Matteo Politano and Leonardo Spinazzola.
Inter head coach, Antonio Conte reportedly wants Moses in his squad as the Italian had worked with the player when he was managing Chelsea where he led the Blues to English Premier League title in 2017 and the Emirates FA Cup the following year.
Moses played 78 matches across two seasons during Conte’s spell as coach of Chelsea and was mostly deployed at right wing-back by the Italian football tactician (allnigeriasoccer.com).
The former Crystal Palace player is at the final six months of loan contract with Turkish side Fenerbahce.