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Nigerian forward Victor Moses has joined Serie A side Inter Milan on a six-months loan coming from Chelsea.
Moses will be joining the Italian outfit on six-months loan with an option to buy, just one day after returning from his one-year loan at Fenerbahce.
Since joining Chelsea in 2012, the 29-year-old was sent out on loan on several occasions, joining the likes of Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham.
The only time he enjoyed a stable period with the Blues was under current Inter manager Antonio Conte who brought him to the club as they’re looking to ship off Italian winger Matteo Politano.
Moses played a major part in helping Conte lift the 2016-2017 Premier League title and the 2018 FA Cup. He made 78 appearances between both seasons scoring eight goals and providing eights assists.
Following Conte’s departure, the 2013 AFCON winner saw his playing time decrease under new head coach Maurizio Sarri which forced to join Turkish side Fenerbahce.
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His time in Turkey was unfruitful as he guided the Turkish giants to an unimpressive sixth-place finish, scoring just four goals along the way.
Moses will be joining Inter as they sit second on the Serie A table with 57 points, four behind league leaders Juventus. He might make his debut for the Nerazzurri on Sunday, January 26th when they host Cagliari.
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