Inter Milan could be without former Nigeria international Victor Moses when they restart their Europa League campaign in August because Chelsea are yet give him permission to play.
Moses joined Inter Milan on loan from Premier League clubs until July, but the player has been permitted to remain with Antonio Conte’s until the Serie A campaign, but report has now revealed that there is no agreement in place for the player to feature in the Europa League.
Inter will restart their European campaign against Spanish side Getafe in August for a place in the quarter-final, but should they failed to reach an agreement with Chelsea, Moses could sit out of the European matches.
Meanwhile, another report revealed that Inter’s CEO Beppe Marotta is working hard to secure permission from Chelsea and it could involve further compensation to the English club.
Moses was in action for Inter Milan over the weekend and helped the team to a 2 – 1 win over Sampdoria at the San Siro.
Inter are third on the Serie A table, they sit below Juventus and Lazio who occupied the top two spots.
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