Inter are prepared to sign Italian midfielder Stefano Sensi but are still considering whether to sign Chelsea’s Victor Moses, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

The report details how the Nerazzurri have already returned to Appiano Gentile after 58 days at home. All the squad tested negative for Coronavirus, and coach Antonio Conte is happy to learn that all the injured players, especially Sensi and Moses, have recovered from their various injuries, giving Conte a full-strength squad.

Sensi, despite his repeated injuries this season, will be redeemed by Inter, the report continues. There is a moral commitment to sign the Italian, after the Nerazzurri reached a gentleman’s agreement with Sassuolo, but Conte is already convinced of the player’s value regardless. In regard to Moses, the Nerazzurri would only sign the player permanently should Chelsea lower the price from €12 million, although a new loan deal is also acceptable.