Antonio Conte has told the Inter management to buy out a contract for Victor Moses this summer, who has been at the club for more than a year as a Chelsea loan player.
Although he will become a free agent in 13 months, Conte wants to have Moses permanently on his team this summer and has therefore given the club management the green light to begin the process of bringing him.
Italian media wrote it was agreed earlier that Inter could make Moses a player if they paid 12m euros to the London club.
The Plavs are also ready to accept a smaller amount as Moses will not make the cut if Frank Lamapard moves ahead with his strategy to try to rejuvenate his team.
Moses became a member of Chelsea in the summer of 2012, and although he spent a lot of time hiring in the following years, he recorded 128 appearances in all competitions for the club from Stamford Bridge. Meanwhile, Conte himself moved away from Chelsea in 2018.