Inter do not want to pay 12 million euros to sign Nigerian international Victor Moses permanently from Chelsea, according to a report by the Italian newspaper CalcioMercato.com.
Moses joined Inter on a six-month loan contract in January and, as part of that agreement, the Nerazzurri obtained a call option for € 12 million.
Inter could still keep Moses at the club, but only if they get a discount from Chelsea.
If Inter does not hire Moisés permanently, they will try to add another player to compete with Antonio Candreva for the spot on the right side.
While Moses is facing an uncertain future with the Nerazzurri, one player who is not is Ashley Young.
Young arrived on a six-month contract in January and, impressed, Inter should choose to extend their contract for one season.
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