Inter Milan may not be keeping Victor Moses on a permanent basis when his loan deal expires with the Italian giants.
Victor Moses linked up with his former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan this winter after he cut his loan with Turkish side Fenerbahçe S.K. to complete the move to Italy.
But since he made the move, the former Crystal Palace player has made just seven appearances, mostly as a substitute.
Injury has been unkind to Victor Moses but despite his early struggles Antonio Conte and Inter are reportedly interested in keeping him permanently.
Chelsea are willing to let him go if the Italian club pay a cost around £10.75m to seal a permanent transfer.
But the Italian club would only be willing to pay around £6m due to financial constraints related to the coronavirus pandemic.
It is yet to be seen how this would end but Antonio Conte who is a big fan of the Nigerian would be looking to do everything to keep the 29-year-old.