Serie A Club AS Roma Chase Moses

July 25, 2020
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Serie A club AS Roma are interested in signing Nigeria wing-back Victor Moses, reports Completesports.com.

Moses linked up with Inter Milan from Premier League club Chelsea on a six-month loan deal in January.

Roma, according to Calciomercato are keen on keeping the former Wigan Athletic player in the Serie A.

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Moses has one year remaining on his deal contract with Chelsea and the Blues are reportedly willing to cash in on him.

The Rome-based club are eyeing Moses to strengthen their squad ahead of next season as they look to challenge for the title.

Prior to joining Inter, the 29-year-old had his 18 months loan deal with Turkish outfit Fenerbahce cut short after failing to create an impression.

While playing under the tutelage of Antonio Conte at the Serie A side, Moses has had injuries troubling him and has been in and out of the team since the league resumed.

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