Nigeria international Victor Moses has been closely linked with a move to Inter Milan over the past week.
Sky Sports reported that Antonio Conte who has been appointed Inter manager wants Moses.
Reports in Italy [FcInterNews] claimed that the Serie A outfit are prepared to offer €12 for the 28-year-old on a four-year deal.
A source close to Fenerbahce spoke to Turkish-Football regarding the Moses situation.
Chelsea loaned Moses to Fenerbahce on an 18-month deal in January.
The terms of the contract state that the Blues would be unable to recall the winger if they plan to play him next season.
The Premier League outfit do however, have a call back to sell clause but the player must agree before it can be activated.
This leads to the next issue. There were reports in the Turkish and Italian press claiming to have quoted comments Moses apparently made in private.
Football Italia wrote the following regarding what Moses supposedly said: “I had a very enjoyable experience, but I won’t be here next season. I am leaving Fenerbahce,” Moses told reporters via Fanatik.
“I want a new adventure in my career.”
Moses did not make those comments and this would not be the first time quotes have been fabricated – Mikel Dismisses Gala quotes.
As things stand Moses has informed the Fenerbahce board that he is happy at the club and that he does not plan on leaving.
Furthermore, the Nigeria international informed the club that he has not been contacted about an offer from Inter.
Moses scored three goals in 13 appearances for the Yellow Canaries in the Super Lig this term and is likely to feature in the final game of the season against Antalyaspor.