Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has confirmed talks are ongoing for Victor Moses to move to a new club this month set to end loan spell with turkish side.
Moses has been linked with a move to Italian club, Inter Milan, where he will be reuniting with his former coach at Chelsea, Antonio Conte.
The 29-year-old linked up with Turkish giants Fenerbhace on an 18-month loan deal in January 2019, but Inter are now keen on securing his services.
The former Nigerian winger is expected to initially join the Nerazzurri (The Black and Blues) on a six-month loan deal with a purchase option.
“With Oli (Olivier Giroud) there isn’t much more to say. On Moses, he is coming back with a view to going somewhere else. Talks are ongoing,” Lampard disclosed during his interaction with the media on Monday ahead of the Blues’ Premier League clash against London rivals Arsenal on Wednesday at the Stamford Bridge.
Moses has featured in only six league games for Fenerbhace this season.
He joined Chelsea from Wigan Atletic in 2012 and won the Europa League in his first season at the West London club.
The former Crystal Palace winger however spent the next three seasons on loan at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United.
After impressing new manager Conte during preseason ahead of 2016/ 2017 campaign, Moses was included in the first team squad and became a regular member of the side that won the league title.
The following season, he also played a part as Chelsea won the Emirates FA Cup.
He however lost his place under Maurizio Sarri and moved to Galatasaray on loan in January 2018.