Chelsea And Inter In Tight Debate On Fee For Victor Moses

Chelsea And Inter In Tight Debate On Fee For Victor Moses

A former Nigerian International, Victor Moses, reportedly now holds an uncertain future with Inter Milan.

The 29-year-old has not exactly performed well for The Black and Blues owing to injuries.

These have contributed in his erratic stature in Antonio Conte’s first team, yet another reason why Inter is unlikely to pay a hefty sum to absorb the winger.

Chelsea is asking roughly $13 million for Moses, but The Cherished One was only willing to pay up to $7.3 million, The Sun reported.

One thing going for the Nigerian is that Conte wants him on the team despite the hurdles.

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According to ibtimes.com, a possible resolution to the matter if both sides are unable to agree is to place Moses on loan.

Moses’ contract with Chelsea is up to 2021 and a return to Stamford Bridge may not be his best option right now.

If they fail to come to terms with Inter, there is a possibility that Chelsea may offer him to other teams instead.

So far, no other team aside from Inter has expressed interest in the Nigerian winger.

Given the choice, Moses would prefer to stay with the Italian team if things can get settled.

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