Victor Moses has completed a loan move to Inter from Chelsea – reuniting with former manager Antonio Conte at San Siro.
The former Nigeria international was a revelation under the Italian during the 2016/17, filling the right wing back role to great effect as the Blues won the Premier League title.
Moses made six Super Lig appearances for Fenerbahce during the first half of the season before that loan move was brought to an end a year into the 18 month agreement.
Inter have now confirmed the deal, which comes with an option to buy at the end of the season.
Moses burst on to the scene during his time at Wigan before sealing a permanent transfer to Chelsea. He would feature in 43 games during his debut 2012/13 season, scoring five goals in Europe as the Stamford Bridge side won the Europa League.
Loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham would follow before he was given a fresh chance under Conte, slotting in on the right as Chelsea won the top flight title playing with three centre backs.
Inter’s latest move sees them further strengthen their wing back ranks, with Ashley`Young signing earlier in the window from Manchester United.