Inter Milan to secure the future of Nigerian player Victor Moses in Italy

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There have been some unverified reports that Italian giant club, Inter Milan is willing to offer Nigerian player, Victor Moses a permanent contract in the club when his loan spell expires in the summer. It was reported that Inter Milan is ready to offer the Nigerian star a three-year contract with a fee worth £10 million when his contract in Stamford Bridge expires in June 2021.

Victor Moses moved to Inter Milan in January on a six-month loan when he had a problem making the starting eleven under new boss, Maurizio Sarri. The Nigerian star enjoyed a fair share of his career during the reign of Antonio Conte as the manager of the club. Conte converted the winger to right-back a position he played in quite a number of games. Moses made an impressing effort in his newly given position and he played it like he has been playing the position all his life.

However, he began to have a problem when Antonio Conte left the club, the new boss Maurizio Sarri dropped the 29-year-old player on the bench a couple of times. This forced the bright chap to make a move to Fernabache on an 18-month loan where he could be allowed to have more playing time. He had an interesting moment in the Turkish league having scored about five goals in 20 appearances for the team. There is a connecting for between Antonio Conte and Victor Moses, in January 2020, he switched his loan spell to Italy where he joined Inter Milan and reunited himself with his former boss, Antonio Conte.

It is right to believe that Antonio Conte would be the brain behind Inter Milan’s decision to extend the stay of Victor Moses in the club when his loan spell expires in Summer 2020. It is funnily amazing that even when sporting activities have been put on hold due to the outbreak of COVID-19, there are still some deals and talks going on behind the scene. There is no doubt that when football resumes, the world will witness some of the most shocking transfers.

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