Chelsea Transfer News: Blues Ready to Sign Victor Moses

Chelsea has finally managed to sign their long term summer target Victor Moses from Wigan Athletic.  The London club had already made four bids for the player, which was rejected by Wigan Athletic.  Wigan's chairman Dave Whelan has finally accepted defeat in Moses transfer saga.

Moses played the entire opening match of the season against his future club at Wigan's DW Stadium. Wigan has given permission for the London Club to speak to the 21-year-old in order to discuss the personal terms and the transfer could be completed by next week.

The news broke out when Wigan confirmed the two clubs have agreed on a deal for the player.

The statement on the Wigan website read "The club can confirm that after four unsuccessful bids from Chelsea for Victor Moses, a fifth bid has today finally met the valuation and terms set by Wigan Athletic and been accepted. The player has been given permission to speak with Chelsea"

Moses is a versatile player and could either play out wide or as a striker. Moses addition would just add more power to Roberto Di Matteo's side to challenge Manchester City and Manchester United for the Premier League Ttile.

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