Victor Moses edges closer to sealing a move to Inter Milan under former coach Antonio Conte.
The former Super Eagles star was said to have completed his medicals earlier Tuesday
Moses is however expected to put pen for the Italian giants who are having a good runs in the Serie A this season.
Nigerian football star Victor Moses has completed his medicals ahead of his move to Serie A giants Inter Milan this month.
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner is currently on a one-and-a-half-year loan deal with Turkish League side Fenerbahce from his parent club Chelsea.
He thrived under former boss Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge in the 3-5-2 formation – and the Italian-born tactician wants to bring the star to San Siro and fortify his squad.
Moses joined the Turkish Super Lig side a year ago and has scored five goals and two assists in 23 appearances across competitions.
The forward turned the wing-back has not enjoyed much playing time at the Turkish club due to the series of injuries that plagued his career in the Middle East country.
He could, however, end his deal with the Yellow Canaries before his loan deal expires at the end of this campaign once he finalises his move to Inter.
Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan Athletic in 2012 and won three major titles for the Stamford Bridge side – one Premier League, Europa League and an FA Cup title.