The player's representative has made public that the Nigeria international has been unable to agree new terms with the Latics, as QPR reportedly continue to monitor the situation
Wigan Athletic winger Victor Moses looks set to depart DW Stadium this summer after his agent revealed that negotiations over a contract extension have failed.
After a frustrating start to the season, the Nigeria international has begun to show the talent which first persuaded the Latics to part with £2.5 million in January 2010 for him as Roberto Martinez’s team pulled off five wins from their last seven games to secure Premier League football for another year.
However it has now emerged that the offer on the table fell well below the expectations of the 21-year-old player and he is now ready to quit in search of a new club.
"I think what Wigan have done is tremendous and shows it was the right place for him to go after Palace. But now I think Victor is ready for the next step," Moses’ representative Tony Finnigan told The Sun.
While his agent understands that there is still plenty of room for improvement, he believes, for Moses to continue his progression, a new club is the answer.
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Finnigan added: "He still has lots of improving to do in terms of scoring goals more regularly.
"But I think that would come if he was surrounded by better players.
"That's what he wants and is why he won't be extending his contract. I can't see Victor changing his mind."
A host of clubs are rumoured to be interested in the £10 million-rated winger, with the likes of Liverpool, Newcastle United and QPR all reportedly attracted in the past.