With possible lack of first team shirt staring him in the face at Turkish side, Fernabache, good news may have come the way of former Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses from the Italian Serie A

Reports hinted that on the table is a deal that could have Moses putting pen on paper for Inter Milan before the new season flags off.

According to the reports from Italy. Inter Manager, Antonio Conte has renewed his interest in the ex-Nigerian international, who was an integral part of Chelsea’s formation during his managerial spell at the Blues during 2016/17 season, where the former Wigan star ran things impressively as a wing-back.

Moses had played just 23 times for Chelsea before Conte’s appointment at Stamford Bridge with expectations that he would be sold in the Italian’s first summer in charge of the team.

However, the Nigerian became an unexpected beneficiary of Conte’s decision to deploy a back three just weeks into his tenure at Chelsea and Moses thrived as a right wing-back.

But having come under criticisms by the manager, Ersun Yanal at Fernabache due to his seeming lack of productivity, Moses’ place in the team’s starting looks to be under threat as the Turkish League resumes for this new season.

Inter’s insiders hinted that with Antonio Conte in search of someone to fill in at right wingback at the club, Moses seems to have correctly ticked all the boxes for a deal to sail through before new season commences.

Throughout his footballing career, though, Moses has never been a prolific wing-man and four goals in 14 appearances are about what many have come to expect from him.

Pundits’ opined that perhaps Yanal ought to adjust his expectations, rather than setting the Nigerian player up to fail at the Turkish club

The Chelsea man has 12 months left on his loan deal at Fenerbache and Inter would have to negotiate with the Turkish side, as well as Standford Bridge eggheads for a deal to be struck by all parties concerned.With agency reports

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