FORMER Super Eagles winger Victor Moses may return to Chelsea at the end of the season after manager Frank Lampard revealed that he may need to recall him from his loan spell in Italy to beef up his team.
Moses, 29, joined Italian side Inter Milan on loan until the end of the season with the club having the option of making the switch permanent. Currently a Chelsea player, Moses was loaned out to Turkish side Fernebahce last January and after a season in Turkey left to play in Italy who used to be his manager at Chelsea.
Inter manager Antonio Conte, coached Moses when they were both together at Chelsea uses him as a right wingback, playing on a 3-5-2 formation. A fee of €10m (£8.5m) has been mooted as the figure which Inter will have to pay if they wish to acquire the player on a permanent basis.
However, current Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, may call on Victor Moses to help the team out if an emergency happens. Players such as Moses, Alexis Sanchez, and Chris Smalling who are returning on loan, will only be allowed to play in case of an emergency.
One source said: “We’ve been told it will take a situation where the goalkeeper has to play centre forward or the centre forward has to go in goal for these players to be allowed to play. A lot of players will be in limbo over the next couple of months and will probably have to train at home for a period.”
Moses has been training with his Inter teammates, ahead of the Coppa Italia clash against Napoli on Saturday, June 13. His original loan deal with Inter expires on June 30.