Romelu Lukaku Appears to Confirm Victor Moses' Inter Switch With Social Media Post

​Chelsea winger Victor Moses is on the verge of sealing a switch to Inter - and striker Romelu Lukaku appears to have confirmed that the deal is already done.

Moses, who played under current Inter boss Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge, has cut his loan with Fenerbahçe in order to reunite with his old manager, although there were fears that the move could break down as a result of Moses' recent injury struggles.

That does not look to have happened, as​ Lukaku took to ​Twitter to post a photo of the entire team out for a dinner, with the message 'My brothers, My boys , My Friends , My teammates'.

Who's that sat on the right? None other than Moses himself.

By the looks of things, it seems as though Moses has already started to integrate into the Inter side, so official confirmation of this move is likely to come in the very near future.

Lukaku also posted that message at the same time as his former club ​Manchester United were 2-0 down against ​Burnley, which seems like phenomenal trolling if you ask me.

Victor Moses

Moses is expected to move to San Siro on a six-month loan, and ​Inter will have the option to sign him permanently for €10m if he impresses.

Under contract at ​Chelsea until 2021, a permanent exit for Moses has looked likely ever since Conte left the club back in 2018. The Nigerian had always been a squad player, but under Conte he blossomed into a starter as a right wing-back.

Moses helped Chelsea lift the ​Premier League title during the 2016/17 season, but soon fell out of favour once the Blues returned to a traditional four-man defence under Maurizio Sarri.

Antonio Conte

He moved to Fenerbahçe on an 18-month loan back in January 2019, but he has struggled greatly with injuries this season. The 29-year-old managed just seven appearances this season as a result of two thigh injuries, and he currently remains sidelined with a similar issue.

However, it seems as though Moses' fitness struggles have not prevented his move to Inter, so expect this to be confirmed fairly soon.

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Source : 90min