Erstwhile Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses ‘could return to Serie A next season with Roma eyeing move for Chelsea winger’ after struggling with injuries during his loan spell at Inter Milan.

The 29-year-old, who has not played for the Blues since 2018, sealed a temporary move to Inter Milan in January after his 18-month loan deal with Turkish side Fenerbahce was cut short.
The winger linked up with his former boss Antonio Conte at the San Siro but a thigh injury has limited him to 14 appearances and just six starts and he is likely to return to Stamford Bridge at the end of his loan deal.
But Moses, who has one year left on his Chelsea contract, could be on his way back to Serie A with Calciomercato reporting that Roma are lining up a move.
The outlet claims the club are looking to add reinforcements on their right flank, despite Alessandro Florenzi returning from a loan spell with Valencia.
Roma boss Paulo Fonseca has also brought Bruno Peres back from a spell with Brazilian side Sport Recife meaning Moses would likely come in as a back-up choice.
Inter have three Serie A games remaining and are still in the Europa League, where they face Spanish side Getafe in the last-16.
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Despite suffering from injuries, Moses has managed four assists in nine league games for the Italian side.
The winger signed for Chelsea in 2012 but has been sent out on loan five times during his eight-year spell, spending time with Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham before his recent moves to Fenerbahche and Inter.
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