Inter Milan have reportedly come to an ‘agreement’ over the loan deals for Alexis Sanchez and Victor Moses, with both players set to be available for the remainder of the Serie A season.
Sanchez signed for the club on a season-long loan deal after being deemed surplus to requirements at Manchester United last summer, whilst Moses joined a growing ex-Premier League contingent at the San Siro during the winter window after signing on a temporary deal from Chelsea.
Both player’s loan arrangements are set to expire today, but according to reliable Italian journalist, Gianluca di Marzio, an ‘agreement’ has been reached to see the duo remain in Italy until the end of the rescheduled domestic campaign.
However, no terms have yet been agreed beyond the end of the league season with Inter set to play in the latter stages of the Europa League in August, though talks are continuing.
The Nerazzurri are also reportedly ‘working to extend the loan’ of Sanchez beyond this season, or potentially even a secure a permanent deal for the Chile international despite an injury-hit campaign.
Moses’ long-term future appears more uncertain, however, the Nigerian unlikely to remain with Inter next season with the club closing in on a deal to sign Achraf Hakimi from Real Madrid.
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