Inter will not take up their option to sign Victor Moses on a permanent basis from Chelsea as they deem the agreed price to be too high according to a report from Italian news outlet

The Nigerian national team player joined Inter in the most recent January transfer window on loan until the end of the season and as part of the deal Inter obtained an option to buy him for €12 million.

The ideal solution for Inter would be to get him on loan for another season but this is highly unlikely unless he is to sign a contract extension with Chelsea.

The report goes on to claim that Inter are in fact lukewarm to the idea of keeping Moses at the club and have their sights set on other players such as Hector Bellerin and Federico Chiesa.

Since his arrival at Inter, Moses has made seven appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has contributed a single assist.