Victor Moses moves to Inter Milan from Chelsea on loan bases

Victor Moses has officially joined Inter Milan on loan from Chelsea as the Nerazzurri finally make the announcement

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The ex-Nigerian international has had loan spells with Liverpool, West Ham, West Brom, Stoke City and Fenerbache

The 29-year-old flourished under Antonio Conte during his short spell at Stamford Bridge winning the Premier League and the FA Cup

It is understood the former England U19 international was signed on loan with a view of getting a permanent deal at the end of the season

Victor Moses has finally completed his long speculated loan move to Inter Milan after days of speculation.

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The former Nigerian international had completed his medical a few days ago but the Nerazzurri were yet to make his signing official.

Former Manchester United striker Romelu Luaku also posted a photo of the former Chelsea star dining with players of the club but not confirmed report was released.

However, the San Siro outfit have finally made an official announcement on the 29-year-old who flourished under Antonio Conte during the Italian’s two-year spell at Stamford Bridge.

Moses won the Premier League and the FA Cup under the former Juventus gaffer before leaving the west London club to join Turkish giants Fenerbache on loan.

He has only made a six appearances this season in the Turkish Super Lig scoring just one goal before sustaining a lengthy injury.

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The winger who won the Europa League with the Blues in the 2012-13 season is well known to have played for a number clubs in England on loan.

Moses is one of the most traveled Chelsea players having short loan spells with Liverpool, West Ham, West Brom and Stoke City.

And he has represented for Nigeria in two consecutive World Cups in Brazil 2014 and the 2018 edition in Russia scoring a penalty against Argentina.

The former England U19 international called it a day with international football after the 2018 edition of the soccer fiesta to focus on his club career.