Inter Milan Football Director Piero Ausilio wants Victor Moses and other players on loan at the club on a longer deal following the extension of the 2019/20 league in Italy.
Moses’ contract at the club was billed to end June 30 but the Italian giants will be hoping to have the Nigerian and others till the end of the extended season.
The 29-year-old joined the Nerazzurri on loan from Chelsea in January with an option to buy, reuniting with former manager, Antonio Conte. He was previously on loan to Fenerbahce where he scored five goals in 20 league appearances.
“First of all, let’s start from the premise that with all the players our desire is to continue until the end of the Serie A and Europa League season,” Ausilio told Sky Italia.
“Our will is to end the season with all these players. If their contracts are ending, we are going to deal with the situation. The only thing that I can announce because it is official is that we practiced our option for (Ashley) Young,” he added.
The Nigerian was loaned to Inter after Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard, deemed him surplus to requirement at Stamford Bridge.