- Victor Moses could be heading to Serie A if Conte becomes Inter Milan's new boss
- The Nigerian winger blossomed under the the Italian manager while at Chelsea
- Moses recently confirmed he will be leaving Fenerbache at the end of the season
Victor Moses could be reuniting with his former boss at Chelsea Antonio Conte at Inter Milan after confirming he will be leaving Fenerbache this summer.
The former Super Eagles star flourished under Conte at Stamford Bridge and would hope to return to the same form if he played under him again.
Conte not managed any side since he left the Blues last year but looks set to return to management with Inter.
The former Juventus boss is said to have Moses on his wish list along with under fire Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, if Luciano Spalletti leaves San Siro.
And the reunion now looks more certain after former Nigerian international announced his departure from the Istanbul giants.
The 28-year-old struggled to secure playing time under Maurizio Sarri before he joined the Yellow Canaries on an 18-month loan deal in January of this year.
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Moses scored three goals in 15 appearances but is now set to wave goodbye.
He said: "I had a very enjoyable experience but I won't be here next season.
"I am leaving Fenerbahce. I want a new adventure in my career."
Moses has already played for seven clubs as a senior pro - including Liverpool, West Ham, Stoke City and Wigan.
His 2017/18 spell as a wing-back under Conte at the Blues is widely considered his most successful in club career.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Victor Moses was on target for his Turkish club Fenerbache as they got all three points against BB Erzurumspor in a penultimate Super Lig match played on Monday, May 20.
The former Super Eagles star converted a spot kick just before the hour mark after coming in for Mathieu Valbuena in the first half.
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