Victor Moses has joined Inter on loan until the end of the season, with the club having the option to buy the player from Chelsea. The 29-year old Nigerian winger spent the last twelve months at Turkish side Fenerbahce, where he played 23 games, scoring 5 goals.
“I didn’t know I was the 8th Nigerian to play for Inter. It is an honor to play for Inter and I am looking forward to it and to the future as well,” Moses said.
“It is an honor to be here, I will give it my all and do my best to help the team. There’s already quality players in this team. I want to give what I’ve got on top of what we’ve already got, it will be a bonus for us.”
“Being reunited with the gaffer is something I am looking forward to. He has told me his plans, where the club is heading and I think I want to be a part of it. I am happy to be here, I just wanna enjoy my football and help the team, that’s the most important thing.”
“I’ll need some time to adapt and to start winning games and do the best we can to win the league this year. We know it is going to be a difficult season this year, with a lot of competition, but we’ll do the best we can to make the fans proud and try to win the league.”
Victor Moses reunites with Antonio Conte
Inter manager Antonio Conte and Victor Moses know each other very well. The pair was together at Chelsea, winning the 2016/17 Premier League title. This is the fifth loan move for the Nigerian since 2012 – he previously played for Liverpool, Stoke, West Ham, and Fenerbahce.
During his career so far, he’s also played for Wigan, and Crystal Palace. Still, Moses has the most games for Chelsea – 128, featuring 18 goals and 13 assists. He’s also won four trophies with The Blues, including two Europa Leagues and an FA Cup.
On an international level, Moses has won the Africa Cup with Nigeria. He’s played 38 games for The Super Eagles with 12 goals to his name.