Former Nigeria international Victor Moses has been allowed to return to England amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The online edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport reported that the Chelsea winger received the endorsement to travel to England on Tuesday to stay with his family after the end of self-isolation after Juventus defender Daniele Rugani tested positive for the virus.
Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Young, Diego Godin, Christian Eriksen, Brozovic and Handanovic are other non-Italian players on the Inter Milan roster who have returned to their respective countries.
In order to resume the Italian Serie A, Moses will follow a training regime delivered to him by Inter coaches before leaving Milan.
The 2013 African Nations Cup winner was recovering from a thigh problem before the league was postponed.
Moses has participated in seven games for Inter Milan since his loan change in January, recording 359 minutes.