Victor Moses is officially an Inter Milan player.

The Kaduna born has joined the Nerazzurri on loan with an option to buy.

Recall that had earlier reported that the 29-year-old had agreed on personal terms with the club and had landed at Milan to undergo medical on Tuesday (read here and here).

Moses started his football career at Crystal Palace after playing on the streets of Kaduna and moving to England when his parents were killed during a religious crisis in the North Central.

He played Under-14 FA Youth Cup in 2005 with Whitgift winning 5-0 thanks to five goals from Moses. Then he moved to the first team three years later after over a 100 goals in the youth team.

Moses moved to Wigan in 2010 where he debuted in the English premier league before signing for Chelsea in 2012.

He scored ten goals in 43 matches, winning the UEFA Europa League for the Blues. But that wasn’t enough to convince the new manager and the young Nigerian had to embark on loan spells with Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham to prove his capability.

Then Antonio Conte became Chelsea manager in 2016 and under him, Moses’ career flourished even more.

Conte, who is Inter’s current manager, used him as a winger where he played 78 times, scored eight goals and provided eight assists during which Chelsea won the 2016/2017 premier league title and FA Cup in 2018.

Moses started playing for Nigeria on the international level in 2012 after participating in all of England’s youth teams where he emerged the top scorer at the U17 European Championship. 

He retired from international football after the World Cup in 2018 and had played for Turkish Fenerbahce after signing with the club in January 2019.

Moses is on another official loan with Inter Milan and has become the 8th Nigerian to play for the club after heavyweights like Kanu Nwankwo, Taribo West, Joel Obi and Obafemi Martins.