Striker open to move
Queens Park Rangers,
QPR have joined the race to sign Wigan striker Victor Moses but Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs are also keen on the player.
The Reds new boss Brendan Rodgers is looking to stamp his mark on the squad and he could be ready to move for the former Crystal Palace man who looks to have decided to leave Wigan with just a year left on his present deal. 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 but they appear to have had a change of heart and are now back in the hunt. Spurs are also in the running with Queens Park Rangers and the striker has confirmed he would interest in a move if the deal was right for him. "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.