Inter are interested in signing Victor Moses from Chelsea as part of the upcoming Antonio Conte revolution at the club according to a report from British tabloid The Sun.
Conte is widely expected to succeed Inter manager Luciano Spalletti and wishes to put his own stamp on the Nerazzurri side, with one of the first players being Moses.
Conte and Moses worked together at Chelsea and Moses excelled as a wing back in Conte’s system despite naturally being a winger.
The 28-year-old is not in the Premier League club’s plans as evidenced by the fact they loaned him out to Turkish giants Fenerbahce back in January for 18 months.
The report from The Sun goes on to detail that although his loan in Turkey will still have a year to run it will not prove to be a problem with Chelsea wanting to put Moses up for sale on the transfer market.