Target considers options
Sunderland target Victor Moses has turned down the chance of a new deal at Wigan and is considering options, according to his agent.
Moses has just one year left to run on his contract at the DW Stadium, but Wigan have always been confident of keeping hold if they stay in the Premier League. Their chances of doing just that have been given a huge lift following wins over Manchester United and Arsenal, but it would appear that Moses is still targeting a move away. The list of clubs linked with a move for Moses reads like a who's who - with Aston Villa, Liverpool, Newcastle United, Sunderland and Tottenham among the clubs showing an interest. His agent Tony Finnigan told the Nigerian based SuperSport.com that his client wants to leave Wigan. "This is how it works here (in England). Victor Moses has just a year left on his contract with Wigan Athletic and we were about to start talks on the extension when he said he does not want to sign a new deal," Finnigan said. "Victor Moses has played himself into a position where virtually every club in the Premier League want to sign him. All of the Premier League clubs will be strengthening in the summer and we are not surprised that Moses has been linked with virtually every team in the top division."