Victor Moses is set to join Inter in a loan with option to buy deal according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia.
The Nigerian will be recalled from his loan with Fenerbahce by Chelsea to enable him to complete the move to Inter where he will be reunited under former manager Antonio Conte, who transformed him into a wing back during their time together.
Moses has given the green light to the move to Inter and is readying himself to leave the Turkish Super Lig outfit but the report does not provide the exact details of the deal Inter and Chelsea are set to complete other than the aforementioned transfer formula.
The 29-year-old started out at Crystal Palace and joined Wigan in 2010 before Chelsea snapped him up two years later. During his time with the blues he has had loan spells with Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United as well as Fenerbahce.
This season he has made seven appearances across all competitions, in which he has scored one goal and tallied a single assist.