Inter Milan will make it a priority to sign Victor Moses on a permanent basis from Chelsea in the summer, according to reports in Italy.
Moses reunited with former Blues boss Antonio Conte at San Siro in January after cutting short a loan spell at Fenerbahce.
The wing-back enjoyed arguably the best years of his career with Conte at Stamford Bridge, but action has been harder to come by for him since their reunion in Italy, with the Nigerian managing just three appearances to date.
However, Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Sport Witness) claims that Inter are still eager to tie Moses down to a longer-term stay when his loan expires.
Still only 29 years old, Inter believe that Moses can be a key part of their future plans under Conte, along with former Manchester United wing-back Ashley Young, as they look to make another sustained title challenge in 2020-21.
There is a catch, though, as the Nerazzurri are not willing to pay the full €12m price tag that they have the option to buy Moses for.
Inter could even take Moses on loan for another season, although his Chelsea contract would be up by the end of that campaign, so the Blues may not be the most satisfied with that option.
Tuttomercatoweb believe, however, that Chelsea would be willing to negotiate a discounted price for Moses, given that Frank Lampard does not see him as part of his plans, as well as the fact that he would be lost for nothing next summer if not sold now.