Victor Moses has reunited with his former boss at Chelsea, Antonio Conte after Inter Milan confirmed his transfer on Thursday.
Moses joins Inter from Turkish giants Fenerbahce on a season-long loan move with an option for the Nerazzurri to buy.
“Victor Moses is officially an Inter player, ” a statement from the club’s official website said. “The Nigerian wing-back has joined the Club on loan with an option to buy.”
With this move, the former African champion with the Super Eagles not only reunites with Conte, who he won the 2016/2017 Premier League title with during his time at Chelsea, but also becomes the eighth Nigerian player to ever play for Inter following in the footsteps of Nigerian legends, Nwankwo Kanu, Taribo West and Obafemi Martins.
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Moses was a key member of Conte’s team at Stamford Bridge and for two seasons played 78 matches, scoring eight goals and assisting a further eight as they won a domestic double, the PL and FA Cup.
Now with Inter, he is expected to play an important role for Conte and the Nerazzurri as they take on Juventus for the Serie A crown.
The Kaduna-born Moses started his playing career in England at Crystal Palace before moving to Wigan and Chelsea.
He also spent some season on loan at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United before his fortunes were completely changed by Conte at Chelsea.
Moses will wear the number 11 shirt during his time at Inter.