Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has told Chelsea to come up with £10million or forget signing Victor Moses.

Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo this week admitted his interest in Latics forward Moses amid reports of an impasse over the valuation of the player. The European champions are said to have offered £4m and a choice of one of their fringe players either on loan, or a player to the value of that sum.

But Whelan told ESPN: "They need to pay the brass up front - we don't want any part-exchange deals they have offered."

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