Victor Moses’ move to Inter Milan looks to be a formality after the Chelsea star was spotted in Romelu Lukaku’s Instagram post of a squad dinner.
The wing-back has traveled to Italy ahead of a transfer to the Italian giants, where he is set to be reunited with former Blues boss Antonio Conte.
But it appears that Moses’ ex-Chelsea team-mate Romelu Lukaku has just spoiled the reveal of the Nigerian player after posting his snap of Inter players enjoying a dinner together.
Inter are battling with Juventus for the Scudetto crown this season, and trail the Old Lady by four points, and the squad decided to link up for a team bonding session with a meal out in order to boost morale.
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Belgium star Lukaku showed off a United front among the players as they smiled at the dinner table, with on-loan Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez and Borja Valero looking very content holding a glass of wine.
But look a little closer and you will see a certain Chelsea player lingering at the back of the photo, although the picture of Moses appears to suggest he is on the brink of being an Inter player.
The 29-year-old sits opposite Lukaku as he smiles and appears to be bedding into his new surroundings already, as the former United striker wrote ‘My brothers, My boys, My Friends, My teammates @Inter’.
Moses, who has been on loan with Fenerbache this season, sees his Chelsea deal expire at the end of the season and the impending move should provide the player a huge boost as it returns him to Conte, who was a huge fan of his at Stamford Bridge.
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