Wigan attacker Victor Moses has rejected a new contract to keep him at the DW Stadium, and is ready to move to a bigger club in the summer according to Sky Sports.
The Nigeria international has been a standout performer for the Latics this season, and is one of the main reasons for Roberto Martinez’s men avoiding relegation.
The African forward is highly-rated and Wigan are eager to keep him for at least another season, but Moses has his eye on a move to one of the Premier League big boys.
Moses’ agent Tony Finnigan has declared that the player is ready for a step up, and wants to leave Wigan once the transfer window reopens.
“I think what Wigan have done is tremendous and shows it was the right place for him to go after Palace. But now I think Victor is ready for the next step,” the representative stated.
“He still has lots of improving to do in terms of scoring goals more regularly. But I think that would come if he was surrounded by better players. That’s what he wants and is why he won’t be extending his contract. I can’t see Victor changing his mind.”
The news is sure to alert the likes of Tottenham and Liverpool, who are both interested in the £10 million-valued attacker.
By Gareth McKnight