Victor Moses has made his way from Turkey to Italy to reunite with former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte at Inter Milan for at least he next six months.
During his time at Stamford Bridge, Moses was a big part of our Europa League-winning campaign in 2012-13, his debut season. Later on, after returning from three years out on loan at Premier League clubs, he also became a regular starter in Antonio Conte’s three-man scheme that won the Premier League in 2016-17, and the FA Cup the following season.
Now, Moses has been reunited with Conte once again, and will hopefully rise to similar heights in the Serie A.
Moses had been at Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahçe for the past 12 months, but his 18-month loan was cut short after he rarely saw the pitch while dealing with groin and thigh injuries.
After (presumably) proving that these issues are past him by passing his medical, Moses now joins Inter on a short-term deal that also includes s a €10-12m option to buy that can be activated next summer. If the clause is activated, it will be the end of a eight-year tenure with Chelsea — with over half of those out on loan.
Everything is set up for Moses to be a success in the Serie A. Best of luck to him and Conte!