- Victor Moses' loan spell with Inter Milan will expire next month
- The Nigerian star joined the Serie A giants from Chelsea in January
- Inter are now planning to sign the winger on a permanent basis this summer
Serie A giants Inter Milan have reportedly concluded plans to make Victor Moses' loan deal permanent provided Chelsea will reduce the price slammed on him.
The Nigerian star joined the Italian League side on a short term loan deal from Premier League side Chelsea having spent the first half of the season at Turkish outfit Fenerbahce.
Moses has been on the Blues' payroll since 2012 after making a switch from Wigan Athletic but never got a chance to play at Stamford Bridge until the arrival of Antonio Conte in 2016.
The departure of the Italian born manager also saw the fortunes of the former Super Eagles star dwindled as he was bundled out to Turkey on loan Maurizio Sarri.
Daily Mail revealed that Inter have an option to buy the player outrightly at the end of his short stay but that will only be made possible if the Premier League side is considering a pay cut.
The 29-year-old has created just one assist in seven league appearances before coronavirus forced the league to go on suspension.
Italian news outlet Calciomercato reports that Inter are interested in keeping the wing-back but only if they can get him at a discounted price.
The Nerazzurri will, however, try proposing a new offer for the Nigerian star whose deal with Chelsea elapses in the summer of 2021.
Moses scored eight goals and eight assists in 78 appearances under Conte across competitions with a Premier League and an FA Cup title.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has stated that former Nigerian international Victor Moses is his toughest opponent, SkySports reports.
A Chelsea player currently on loan to Inter Milan, Moses was instrumental to the Antonio Conte-led Blues that won the English Premier League during the 2016/2017 season.
However, 24-year-old Shaw who has gained a huge wealth of experience having played against great strikers and fast-paced wingers including Lionel Messi and Ronaldo has singled out the Nigerian as the toughest.
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