Emerging reports reveal that Italian Serie A outfit Inter Milan are willing to pay the sum of £10,5 million for the signature of Nigerian international and Chelsea star Victor Moses in the summer transfer window.
Victor Moses has been surplus to requirement in Maurizio Sarri’s team which is the reason why he was sent out of the club on loan to the Turkish outfit Fernabache but he could be set to part ways permanently to unite with former manager Antonio Conte.
Antonio Conte is expected to start his first job since he was sacked by the Blues team after last season with Inter Milan and he would seek to work with the Nigerian international who helped him secure a Premier League title in his first season with Chelsea.
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Now that it is clear that Victor Moses is no longer in the plans of the Italian boss, he would be heading to the San Siro with a fee of £10.5 million which Antonio Conte is willing to pay.
It is therefore unclear if weekly wage and other personal terms have been discussed but there are no fears over that for Antonio Conte as his rating of Victor Moses will attract a good deal.