The Nigerian international’s agent and Chelsea are ready to do what it will take to have the exciting winger
Chelsea are preparing to offer player plus cash for the signature of Nigerian international Victor Moses.
The London side have already had an offer of £4 million rejected out of hand by Wigan but are set to increase the offer and add Josh McEachran to the deal on a season-long loan deal in an attempt to seal the deal.
Chelsea are fighting off interest from Liverpool and Queens Park Rangers to sign the 21-year-old and McEachran spent last season on loan at Swansea.
Meanwhile Moses’ agent, Tony Finnigan has set the tone for the deal by saying he will help Moses make the move to Stamford Bridge by doing all that it would take.
“Providing Wigan can agree a fee with Chelsea, I will do all I can to make the move happen for Victor," Finnigan told Metro Sports.
Chelsea are said to value him at £8 million, though Wigan are holding out for £12million with Wigan chairman insinuating that Finnigan is the one that really wants to get Moses out of Wigan.
“The agents are just coining in money off the backs of these lads. It makes you wonder whether it's all worth it,” Whelan told the Daily Mirror.
But Finnigan has hit back, saying that Wigan were lucky to have signed the player in the first place.
“I know how these things work, but I’m not getting involved in a slanging match,' Finnigan said.
“All I will say is, how did Victor end up at Wigan, when he could have gone to Manchester City? Who took him to Wigan?,” he asked.