Spurs and Liverpool ready to move for Moses

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Victor Moses is ready to leave Wigan Athletic this summer – and both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are ready to move for the in-form starlet.


Moses’ agent revealed the young winger will not sign a contract extension at the DW Stadium, while both Kenny Dalglish and Harry Redknapp could be ready to swoop for him, reports talkSPORT.


Anfield and White Hart Lane are just two of his possible destinations if Tony Finnegan is to be believed – the agent claims that Moses can have his pick of any team in the Premier League, not only Spurs and the Reds.


“This is how it works here (in England). Victor Moses has just a year left on his contract with Wigan Athletic and we were about to start talks on the extension when he said he does not want to sign a new deal,” he told


“Victor Moses has played himself into a position where virtually every club in the Premier League want to sign him.


“All of the Premier League clubs will be strengthening in the summer and we are not surprised that Moses has been linked with virtually every team in the top division.”


The 21-year-old has been in scintillating form over the past few months and has been key in the resurgence of Roberto Martinez’s side in their battle to avoid relegation.


He was exceptional in the Latics' astonishing back-to-back wins over Manchester United and Arsenal in the past week.


A product of the Crystal Palace youth system, Moses signed for Wigan in January 2010.

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