Wigan are believed to have slapped a £10 million price tag on Liverpool and Tottenham target Victor Moses’ head, according to Metro.
The skilful attacker has impressed for the Latics this term, and scored a brace in their excellent 4-0 win over Newcastle last time out.
The Nigeria international is being monitored by some of the Premier League big boys after playing a key role in lifting Wigan out of the relegation zone, with Tottenham and Liverpool the two clubs most interested.
Moses joined the DW Stadium outfit from Crystal Palace for £2.5 million two years ago, and Wigan want to quadruple their investment if the African forward does leave the club.
Roberto Martinez has admitted that he nor club owner Dave Whelan will stand in Moses’ way should he want to leave, but the transfer fee must benefit the team.
“The potential of Victor is incredible. As long as the club gets the right price and the player gives everything they have got for Wigan, then our chairman Dave Whelan will never stop them from moving upwards,” the Spaniard confessed.
By Gareth McKnight