Nigeria’s Chelsea loanee Victor Moses faces an uncertain future as the price tag of €12m exceeds what Inter are willing to offer for the former Super Eagles forward.
Coach Antonio Conte reunited with his former pupil at Stamford Bridge and the loan deal signed between the Blues and the Nerazzurri included an option to buy the player this summer.
Moses, who arrived on loan in January, has played seven matches in all competitions since his transfer to San Siro, contributing one assist in the process and helping Inter to the last 16 of the Europa League.
But reports coming out of Italy suggest Inter will not opt to sign the player on a permanent deal but could be willing to extend his loan with another year.
The reports suggest the Londoners would want to cash in on the Nigerian this summer, as Moses’ contract at Stamford Bridge expires in June 2021, when he can leave on a free transfer.