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CHELSEA remains resolute in its bid to land Nigerian-born Wigan Athletic forward; Victor Moses, even as media reports claimed a deal will be sealed this weekend.
The Londoners are warding off every form of frustration from Wigan whose chairman, Dave Whelan has held tight to bent on keeping his forward.
However, The London Evening, claimed in its report yesterday morning that Chelsea is expected to complete a £10 million signing of Nigeria's international Victor Moses soonest.
The Blues boss, Roberto Di Matteo wants to push through a deal as soon as possible, the report stated.
Di Matteo, according to the report wants to land the Wigan winger and Chelsea is now expected to offer £7 million with additions which include midfielder Josh McEachran, that will take the figure to £10 million.
It is understood that ‘The Latics’ want a large up-front sum as they need to pay Moses’ former club, Crystal Palace, around 20 per cent of the profit.
Chelsea is also looking for a quick deal to stave off interest from its Premier League rivals Liverpool.
Moses, who is on holidays in Miami, USA, is keen to join Chelsea, which returned to pre-season training yesterday.Share
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