Chelsea target Moses wants away from Wigan
Victor Moses, the Wigan Athletic forward who has been the subject of a transfer offer from Chelsea, has revealed that he wants to leave his current club this summer but is content to let the Latics decide his destination, according to ClubCall.
Chelsea earlier this week had an offer of around £4m rejected by Wigan owner Dave Whelan, who called on the Champions League winners to up their valuation of the player and forget about signing Moses on the cheap. ClubCall adds that Whelan is unlikely to accept anything below £10m for the Nigerian, while interest from Queens Park Rangers and Liverpool could also force the price higher if a bidding war was to break out.
For his part, Moses admitted he was unconcerned exactly where his next destination is, admitting he is most likely headed for whoever makes the biggest offer. Moses, who joined Wigan from Crystal Palace in 2010, said: “I have heard a lot of offers are on the table. First of all Wigan have the final say but for me the highest bidder would take the day, but right now I am still a DW faithful.”
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