Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock has revealed another club has stepped in to sign Victor Moses after Manchester City ‘messed around’ in their attempt to land the coveted teenager.
Warnock claims that a mystery Premier League club have won the race to sign the 19-year-old striker for a fee of £2.5million.
Moses had been expected to leave Selhurst Park this month after the cash-strapped Championship club were placed into administration.
“I think it’s done, Victor is going to the Premier League,” revealed Warnock.
“I think £2.5million is a snip for one of the best young players we’ve got.
“Manchester City should have bought him ages ago instead of messing about, but another Premier League club have made an offer.
“I’ve spoken to a lot of managers over the last six months and one of the managers who should have taken him in the last window has come to his senses.
“I expect to see Victor do very well in the Premier League and I’m looking forward to watching him.”