Victor Moses is in the news again. This is because reports are hinting that Inter Milan are on the verge of acquiring the services of Chelsea winger.
We are told that manager Antonio Conte is keen a reunion with the Nigerian and has made a specific request for the club to sign him.
As we know, Moses now 29, played under Conte when the Italian was in charge of Chelsea and has already expressed his positive opinion on the transfer and wants the deal to be triggered as soon as possible
Fenerbahce, the club at which the former Super Eagles is currently on loan, has indicated that they would not block the move.
Sky Sport Italia is suggesting that the winger will first return to Chelsea but may not even need to unpack his bags as he will be immediately loaned out to Inter until June at no cost.
If Moses can adapt successfully to Conte's 3-5-2 formation he will be gobbled up for a fee of around €10million,
Moses has only made six appearances for Fenerbahce this season after sustaining repeated injuries so his ability to remain healthy during this evaluation period will be of uttermost essence to make this deal work.
Conte has been incredibly active this month in the market and Moses may not be the last of this January market as he said to be eyeing Tottenham and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen and Chelsea and France forward and Moses; former teammate Olivier Giroud.