- Victor Moses' loan deal at Inter Milan on the verge of extension
- The Nigerian star joined the Italian League giants in January 2020
- Their quest of making his temporary deal permanent hit a major setback as they failed to reach an agreement with his parent club
- Moses spent the first half of this season at Turkish outfit Fenerbache
Italian League giants Inter Milan are reportedly considering extending Victor Moses' loan deal beyond the 2019-20 season.
The former Super Eagles winger joined the Nerazzurri from Premier League side Chelsea on a six months deal with the hope of making his stay permanent.
However, they were unable to meet the demands of the Blues following the failure of the two parties to reach a consensus.
Reports claim Inter were ready to about €12 million for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner but that seems not enough for the EPL giants.
Complete Sports quoting Italian news outlet Calcio Mercato claim coach Antonio Conte wants to keep the Nigerian star San Siro.
The 29-year-old has featured for the club seven times so far since he joined them - creating just one assist before the league was suspended in March.
Moses spent the first half of the season at Turkish League side Fenerbahce
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian footballer Victor Moses is 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.
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