Moses still wants Chelsea move
Victor Moses is hoping that a move to Chelsea can be resurrected after Wigan revealed the deal is dead until their valuation is met.
Chelsea are refusing to pay the fee Wigan are looking for and Latics boss Roberto Martinez says until that happens the forward is staying put at the DW Stadium. Whether that eventually happens remains to be seen as Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo has several irons in the fire and it could all hinge on what happens elsewhere. Either way the transfer saga is likely to drag on for a while longer and could go right up until transfer deadline day at the end of the month. Moses put in a good display for Latics at the weekend but he is still angling for a move to Chelsea. "Victor would be happy to do battle with the youngsters who have given Chelsea an exciting new look," a source close to Wigan has been quoted as saying in the Sun. "If Chelsea match Dave Whelan's valuation of £9million, Victor will be on his way." Both Martinez and Wigan chairman Dave Whelan have always maintained the player can leave at the right price but Chelsea are reluctant to go that high when he is available on the cheap in 12 months.