Conte wants Moses to join him at Inter Milan

Conte wants Moses to join him at Inter Milan”

Having been a key man during the Blues' title-winning season in 2016/17, Moses has slowly fallen down the pecking order.

He has made 13 appearances and scored three goals since his January switch.

Antonio Conte is on the verge of being appointed Inter Milan manager, according to Sky in Italy.

The retired Super Eagles forward was also instrumental to Chelsea winning the Premier League under Conte after arriving the club in 2016.

But the winger has 12 months left on his loan deal at Fenerbahce, while his contract with Chelsea expires in the summer of 2021.

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The Times reports that Conte is on the cusp of taking over the reins at I Nerazzurri from current boss Luciano Spalletti and that his first summer transfer target would be the embattled Manchester United striker.

Inter Milan are reportedly keen on Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku and are willing to offer the Premier League club a cash plus player deal to bring the Belgian to the San Siro.

It is believed that the Italian has already signed a preliminary contract with Inter, with an official agreement to be signed on May 28.

The Italian has been away from management since being sacked by Chelsea in July 2018.

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