Victor Moses’ dreams of returning to Inter look less realistic as Italians shy away from permanent transfer » Chelsea News

Victor Moses joined Inter Milan on loan in January, where he got to play with his old coach from Chelsea, Antonio Conte.

He absolutely loves playing for the Italian boss, and said earlier this week he’s the “most important” coach he’s had in his career.

But unfortunately for the Nigerian, it sounds like Inter aren’t so keen on bringing him to the club permanently.

CalcioMercato report that the Italian side will only consider signing the Chelsea player on loan again.

Understandably they want to see more from him, having only got a couple of months from the former Liverpool player before the coronavirus struck.

It’s a blow for Chelsea, who would probably like to sell him permanently, and possibly a blow to Moses, if the Blues end up selling him to club he won’t be as happy at, just to get the deal done.

Perhaps the two teams can reach a compromise, with an optional purchase clause, so that everyone can walk away happy.


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