Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan have made a transfer decision on Chelsea-owned wing-back Victor Moses ahead of the 2020-2021 campaign, according to reports.
Sempreinter.com citing Turin based sports daily Tuttosport says Inter Milan are highly unlikely to activate their option to buy Victor Moses on a permanent basis at the end of the season.
The former Nigeria international joined the Nerazzurri on loan in the January transfer window with a purchase clause set at ten million euros inserted into the deal.
Since Moses’ arrival at Inter, he has failed to make the right wing-back position his own, with Antonio Conte preferring the ageing Antonio Candreva as his first choice for that position.
Of his four appearances for the Milan based club in the Italian top-flight, he has been named in the starting line-up only once, against Udinese on February 2.
Moses will enter the final twelve months of his contract with Chelsea in July 2020.