Chelsea have upped their offer for Victor Moses to £6.5 million, but Wigan have rejected the bid once more according to The Daily Mail.
The Nigeria international impressed in the Latics escape from Premier League relegation last term, and is in the last year of his contract at the DW Stadium.
With the Stamford Bridge side looking to bolster their star-studded squad this summer, Roberto Di Matteo’s men have had a number of bids rejected for the African attacker.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has stated that he values Moses at £10 million, which Chelsea are yet to meet.
A new offer of £6.5 million pus add-ons has failed to convince the Latics to part with their star man, who is eager to move to a bigger club in the near future.
The latest bid is thought to have included a deal that would see Josh McEachran go the other way, but Wigan have rejected this.
By Gareth McKnight