Inter Milan of Italy winger, Victor Moses has been hit with an air of uncertainty, following reports that he may not be considered for a loan extension at The San Siro, but his parent club, Chelsea of England are not keen on keeping him into next season, megasportsarena.com reports.
The unfolding scenario round the former Super Eagles’ star indicates that he could end being club less this summer, and will need to hunt for a new deal elsewhere, should he fail to convince Inter to either extend his loan deal or buy him outright from The Blues.
As it is, though, Chelsea are said to be lining up a deal for the winger-turned-wing-back this summer, as they are looking at cashing in one the once-vibrant star, considering that he has only 15 months left on his contract at Stamford Bridge.
The 29-year-old Moses is also keen on leaving Chelsea, from which he had five different loan spells since joining them in August 2012, and his aim is to get a full contract at Inter, where he has an assist in seven appearances, but no goal to his name.
Moses’ biggest impact with The Nerazzurri came in their derby against city rivals, AC Milan in the derby, but the Africa Cup of Nations 2013 gold medalist, who has previously played on loan at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United as well as Fenerbahce of Turkey, has been rated poor so far in Italy.
Despite his current low rating in Serie A, plus another spate of injuries, Moses has confessed that he will like to extend his stay at Inter beyond this season, as he will cherish to continue working with Antonio Conte, who was also his coach during their days together at Chelsea.
A report by Turkish sports daily, Fanatik, however, confirmed that many odds are staked against Moses at both Chelsea and Inter, which he joined on loan in the January transfer window, with a purchase clause set at ten million euros included in the deal.