Moses pushes for Chelsea move
Victor Moses wants showdown talks with Wigan after the club rejected a new, improved £6.5m bid from Chelsea, according to reports.
Chelsea are keen to land the player but Wigan chairman Dave Whelan is refusing to budge on the club's £10million valuation and Moses fears his dream move could fail to materialise. It is the fourth bid that Chelsea have failed with and reports claim they are not prepared to go any higher and will switch to other targets unless Wigan accept. Moses only has 12 months left on his contract and has no intention of penning a new one, so Latics face the prospect of losing him on the cheap in 12 months unless they cash in now. Wigan would be entitled to compensation next year if he did move but it is unlikely to be anywhere near the £6.5million that Chelsea have just offered. QPR and Liverpool are also keen but will not pay £10million and Moses will push for a move when he meets up with boss Roberto Martinez.