Chelsea have finally agreed a £ 9 million fee with the Premier league club Wigan for the sale of Victor Moses. The 21-year-old the Nigeria international has been one of the promising players in the Premier league for the last six months.
Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez has said that the club will not be bullied upon by the likes of Chelsea when it comes to keeping their players like Victor Moses. He alleged that Chelsea used similar tactics to snap up Juan Mata.
Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez has said that he is hopeful that striker Victor Moses will be fit for the match against Stoke city on Saturday.
Victor Moses was injured in the match against Liverpool after he was kicked by Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel in the head, which has proven to be more serious than initially feared.
Wigan finally won the match 2-1 after a splendid performance, which led to their first win at Anfield. It was initially thought that Victor Moses could have broken his jaw, which would have halted the progress Wigan have been making in the league in the last few weeks.
However, scans have confirmed that the striker has not broken jaw and that there is every chance he will be fit for the match against Stoke city during the weekend.
Wigan athletic striker Victor Moses has said that he would not be going down with Wigan into the Championship if the club are relegated this season.
Wigan athletic are currently rock bottom in the Premier league table, as their chances of getting away from the relegation zone diminishes every weekend.
Victor Moses was signed by current Wigan athletic manager Roberto Martinez from the Championship club Crystal Palace a few seasons ago.