Antonio Conte has advised the Inter management this summer to buy a deal for Victor Moses, who as a Chelsea loan player has been at the club for over a year.
Inter is keen to make Chelsea’s Victor Moses loan move permanent but is unwilling to meet the €12 million demand from the Premier League team.
Inter Milan appreciates the versatile Nigerian, who has been very loyal to Antonio Conte since his time at Chelsea, but the Nerazzurri are not prepared to pay the full sum, the 12 million euros, Abramovich has demanded the player’s redemption.
As our staff has exclusively heard, if the league campaign persisted, the deal could be reconsidered, but if all was blocked for Serie A, Moses’ scenario could change. They are considering the option to keep Moses in Italy, but only if Chelsea gives a discount.
Regardless of this scenario, the Nerazzurri want to invest in a player for the right side with various names on the list in the summer, not just Federico Chiesa.
Italian media wrote earlier that Inter could make him a player if they paid the London club 12 million euros, but the plans are also happy to accept a smaller sum as Moses does not fit in with Frank Lampard’s idea of trying to rejuvenate his side.
In the summer of 2012, Moses became a member of Chelsea and while he spent a great deal of time recruiting in the following years, he recorded 128 appearances in all Stamford Bridge club competitions. While he will become a free agent in 13 months, this summer Conte wants to have him permanently on his team and so has given the green light to the club management to start the process of getting him.