Victor Moses Transfer: Conflicting Reports From Italy & Turkey Emerge

Victor Moses Transfer: Conflicting Reports From Italy & Turkey Emerge

According to an unnamed source Inter target Victor Moses wants ‘a new adventure’ after concluding a loan spell with Fenerbahce, FcInterNews reports.

The 28-years-old spent the second half of this season on loan in Turkey after seeing his game-time restricted at parent club Chelsea, making 13 appearances in the Super Lig and scoring three goals.

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Moses unexpectedly became a key figure in the Chelsea team that won the Premier League title under Antonio Conte in the 2016-17 and could be tempted to join up with his former coach again in Milan.

“I’ve had a great time here at Fenerbahce but I won’t be here next season,” Moses told

“I want to experience a new adventure in my career.”

Last week, reported Inter were studying a €12-million move for the Nigerian international with Moses requesting a four-year contract.

However, report exclusively that not only are the quotes attributed to Moses false, but that he is in fact very happy at the club and with life in Turkey, and plans to stay at the club.

“Moses did not make those comments and this would not be the first time quotes have been fabricated.”

As things stand Moses has informed the Fenerbahce board that he is happy at the club and that he does not intend leaving.

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Besides, the ex-Super Eagles player informed the club that he has not been contacted about an offer from Inter.

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