Inter Milan are ready to offer Victor Moses an escape route from his Chelsea woes with another loan deal, Di Marzio reports.
Moses’ contract at Stamford Bridge expires in June 2022.
But Blues boss, Frank Lampard, recently admitted that the Nigerian forward will not be part of his first-team plans.
Moses spent last season on loan. He was sent out to Fenerbahce, but spent just six months with the Turkish club, before joining Inter on another six-month loan deal.
The former Super Eagles star impressed during his spell in Serie A, but the Nerazzurri decided not to take the option of signing him permanently.
However, Inter are now interested in signing him on another loan deal, after Chelsea rejected their approach for Marcos Alonso.
Moses will be hoping a deal is agreed before the 11pm deadline on Monday, October 5.