Inter have every intention of keeping English full back Ashley Young and Nigerian winger Victor Moses, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The report details how the pair have returned to England to be with their loved ones during the ongoing Coronavirus emergency. In addition to training at home, the two players are also learning Italian through lessons on Skype from a teacher provided by the club, which shows how the Milanese side want the duo to remain at the club.
Young’s stay at the club was almost certain, the report continues, since his strong start under coach Antonio Conte. The former Manchester United full back’s contract expires at the end of this season but Inter are incredibly likely to renew it for another season. The Nerazzurri are also convinced by Moses, despite his slower adaption to the system. The buy option attached is worth €12 million but the Inter executives are hoping to negotiate a discount or a loan renewal.
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