Latest Chelsea transfer news: Victor Moses deal, Olivier Giroud latest, battle for Spanish star

The January transfer windows has been open for 17 days yet Chelsea fans are still waiting on the first new signing of the Frank Lampard era.

Excluding Mateo Kovacic, whose loan deal was made permanent, Lampard is yet to spend a penny since walking through the door in the summer.

The club are working hard in the background to secure their targets, however, whilst the transfer rumours mill is in full swing.

With a couple of potential incomings still touted this month, we round-up the day’s latest Chelsea transfer rumours.

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Moses demands outlined

Victor Moses (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)


Inter Milan are targeting Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses if a deal for Leonardo Spinazzola falls through.

The Nigerian international is currently on loan at Fenerbahce after finding himself outside of Frank Lampard’s plans.

According to  Sky Italia , Antonio Conte wants to sign Moses if a swap deal involving Spinazzola and Matteo Politano falls through with AS Roma.

The reports state that Chelsea would want €10m for a permanent Moses deal, however, the Serie A side’s intention is to take him on loan.

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Chelsea and Inter Milan are still yet to agree a fee for Olivier Giroud.

The Frenchman has agreed personal terms with the Serie A side after struggling for game time under Lampard.

However, the two clubs are yet to agree a fee,  Gazzetta dello Sport  reports, with Inter keen not to spend more than €5m, whilst Chelsea are asking for €10m.

Giroud is out of contract in the summer and can leave Stamford Bridge for free.

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