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Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses joined Inter Milan in January for a six-month loan deal.
Sky Sport Italia has reported that the 29-year-old might yet return to his parent club as Inter Milan are yet to be convinced that they should sign him on a permanent basis.
Moses has just played 7 games for the Nerazzurri, with only one Serie A start.
However, the Italian season has long been on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, and if the season in Italy is cancelled, Inter are more likely than not to ship him back to Stamford Bridge, reports claim.
The 29-year-old’s loan deal with Inter Milan reportedly includes an option for Inter Milan to make his transfer permanent for €10 million at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Moses has found it difficult to usurp Antonio Candreva as the undisputed starter on the right flank.
With Serie A unlikely to resume anytime soon, Moses’s future is once again most uncertain. Although Inter manager Antonio Conte obviously knows and trusts Moses, the grim global economic climate caused by the coronavirus pandemic might mean that Inter could forgo their option to sign Moses on a permanent deal.