Moses move back on
Chelsea are back in the hunt for Wigan striker Victor Moses, while the player says he would also be open to a move to Liverpool.
Chelsea failed with a £4million offer for the player last week and reports had claimed that Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo would look elsewhere in his search for a new attacker. Bayer Leverkusen's Andre Schurrle is the player that has been linked but reports suggest that Chelsea have not given up on Moses and are preparing a fresh bid closer Wigan's £8million valuation. Di Matteo could soon recoup £3million if Florent Malouda completes a move to Brazil and he will use the money to fund a bid for Moses, who is seen as the perfect replacement. Meanwhile, Liverpool are also in the running with Queens Park Rangers and the striker has confirmed he would interest in a move to Liverpool, which does not come as a real surprise. "I don't know for now [whether I will move], but there's a link for me to Liverpool, Chelsea and some other clubs in England," Moses is quoted as saying. "If the offer is cool, why not, I will move." Wigan are fighting to keep hold of the player, who has just 12 months remaining on his current contract, but a move will be on the cards if a club can match Dave Whelan's valuation.