Inter Milan are close to securing the services of Chelsea Winger Victor Moses after manager Antonio Conte made his demand known, MySportDab reports.
29-year-old Moses played under Conte during his time at Chelsea and has previously expressed his desire for a transfer and could now join Inter this month.
Fenerbahce, the club Chelsea loaned Moses to in the summer do not have any problem with the player returning to Chelsea.
According to Sky Sports, the African winger will return to Chelsea and be immediately loaned out to Inter until the end of the season.
Inter have already told Chelsea they will not sign Moses on a permanent deal this January but could still sign him in the summer based on various factors and if he does adapt well to Conte’s 3-5-2 formation.
MySportDab understands A fee of €10million (£8.5m) has been reported as the price Inter will have to pay if they want to sign the player permanently in June.
Conte knows Moses very well and impressed the Italian boss ahead of the 2016-17 season, plus he was rewarded with a regular starting spot at Chelsea in the wing-back role.
The duo then won the FA Cup in 2018 after defeating Manchester United in the final at Wembley.
Moses has only made played six games for Fenerbahce this season but should he sign for Inter Inter, he would not become a first, 2nd or third Premier League star to join the Serie A club.
While a regular at Chelsea, Moses has played 78 games, scored eight goals and provided 8 assists in the last 24 months.
Inter Coach Antonio Conte has been very active this month in the transfer market and Moses may not be the last of his January transfer business.