- Victor Moses' future at Inter Milan and Chelsea is now uncertain
- Inter Milan are planning to send him back to Stamford Bridge this summer
- Moses has not been too impressive for Inter Milan this season in all competitions
Nigerian footballer Victor Moses is reportedly facing the possibility of him being dropped at Italian giants Inter Milan after his loan spell with Antonio Conte's side.
Victor Moses was loaned to Inter Milan during the reign of Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge who prevented the Nigerian from winning the Europa League title last term with the Blues.
But things have not been rosy for Victor Moses since he got to Inter Milan with the former Liverpool star struggling for first place.
The 29-year-old has made only seven appearances for Inter Milan in all competitions.
Injury problems and failure to stay fit have also contributed to Victor Moses' lack of form this season at Inter Milan.
And according to the latest report on UK Sun, Inter Milan chiefs have contacted Chelsea on the amount it will cost them to sign Victor Moses permanently which is £10.75m.
The report added that Inter Milan will not be able to raise such amount for Victor Moses and has begged Chelsea to accept £6m or take the option of taking him back this summer.
Victor Moses is now facing uncertain future at Chelsea and Inter Milan considering the latest development.
His current contract at Stamford Bridge will expire in the year 2021 and Frank Lampard is said not to be interested in having him in his plans for next season.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are hoping they finish the season among the top four in England, while Inter Milan are fighting Juventus for the Serie A title.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Roberto Carlos claimed he was on the verge of joining Premier League giants Chelsea 13 years ago when Jose Mourinho was in charge claiming that things did not later work out.
The former Real Madrid star was among the best left full backs during his active playing days at the Bernabeu considering how powerful his shot was and also his goal scoring sense.
And after winning 13 trophies at Real Madrid and at the of 34, Roberto Carlos was linked with a move away from Spain with Premier League sides and even Turkish clubs interested in him then.
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