Inter Milan have reached an agreement with Chelsea over a two-month loan extension for Victor Moses, according to a recent report from an Italian media outlet FcInterNews.

The report details how I Nerazzurri have been in talks with the two English teams in order to extend the loan deals of Sanchez and Moses.

Both stars were set to return to their parent teams at the end of this month, but COVID-19 stop has meant that the campaign won’t finish until mid-August.

The duo’s loan contracts now last until the end of August, allowing manager Antonio Conte to deploy both of them in the remaining matches of the term.

Inter are not planning to keep Moses beyond this campaign, the report continues, but it could be a different story for Alexis.

The 31-year-old Chilean attacker has failed to fully impress in his debut term with I Nerazzurri but Conte is still a fan of the ex-Arsenal forward.

The Milanese outfit are considering keeping him for another campaign as well and will talk with the Red Devils about a potential deal in August.

A conference call between Manchester United and Inter Milan is scheduled to resolve the final obstacles to keep Alexis at Inter until the end of August.

In other news, Frank Lampard has insisted there is no interest from his side in picking up free agent Angel Gomes in the summer.

The Blues had been mentioned with snapping up the attacker, however, a move for the player is not going to happen according to the manager.

“No. I can elaborate to the point that it’s never been mentioned at my end, so that’s it.” Frank said.