Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses will land in Italy tomorrow ahead of his Inter medical. Moses has already agreed personal terms with Inter with him ready to leave Fenerbahce – where he is currently playing on loan from Chelsea.
The reported price of a loan deal with an option to buy worth €10m seems a little high for a 30-year-old, and could mean that Conte is just looking for help through the end of the season.
Conte, who is in search of wing-backs after being unimpressed with Valentino Lazaro and Cristiano Biraghi, is looking to reunite with Moses having coached the 29-year-old at Chelsea between 2016-18.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard confirmed on Monday afternoon that Moses is set to come back to west London in order to move elsewhere.
Ahead of Chelsea’s Premier League encounter with London rivals Arsenal, Lampard admitted: ‘On Moses, he is coming back with a view to going somewhere else. Talks are ongoing.’
Moses is looking for a fresh opportunity away from Fenerbahce, where he has only played seven times in all competitions since joining on loan in January last year.
Moses won the Premier League under Conte at Chelsea in 2017, while also lifting the FA Cup just a year later.
The wing-back played an integral role under the Italian manager, featuring 34 times for Chelsea during their triumphant 2016-17 Premier League campaign.