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CHELSEA target Victor Moses is fast losing patience on his pro-longed transfer longjam and has therefore, sought to personally speak with Wigan Athletics boss Roberto Martinez.
After series of rejection, the Blues had on Wednesday increased their bid for the forward with a £9million offer which the Latics still turned down.
Apparently uncomfortable with the development, the Nigerian international who has expressed his readiness to quit Wigan has decided to take up the battle himself by seeking an audience with Martinez, hoping to convince the manager to let go off him.
Moses has his heart set on the move but Wigan wants £10m as 20 per cent of the profit will go to former club Crystal Palace.
His agent Mark Finnigan had also insisted that his client will not be willing to remain with the Latics in the incoming season, vowing to resist opposition to that dream by Wigan.Share
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