Inter Milan of Italy winger, Victor Moses will be heading straight into quarantine on his return to the country where he plies his soccer trade, as the former Super Eagles’ star has been away in England for almost a month, megasportsarena.com reports.
Moses, who is on loan from Chelsea of England to Inter, had taken permission top travel back to his former base in order to be with his family during the forced break occasioned by coronavirus and, with all players now ordered back to the team last this weekend, the former Fernebahce of Turkey star will need to self-isolate on his return.
Italy has, incidentally, been worse hit by the ravaging effects of COVID-19 more than England, which has occasioned more care and caution on the peninsula in terms of accommodation travelers, but Moses’ has been recalled by the club for the expected commencement of small-scale team training next week.
The former Crystal Palace and Wigan Athletic dazzler, who also played on loan from Chelsea at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United before moving to Fernebahce in a similar deal last season, will now be expected back in Milan at Monday by the latest.
Details of the report by Italian news outlet, Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata revealed that Moses is one of seven non-Italian players that received permission to travel out of the nation and be with their families and, like the Nigerian star, they will all go for immediate self-isolation on their return.
Consequently, Moses, who has appeared in seven competitive games, but without a goal and only an assist to his name in the derby against AC Milan, will have to stay away from the squad for at least 14 days, during which time he will continue the personal training schedule he was handed by The Nerazzurri’s technical crew before his flight to England early last month.