Liverpool & Tottenham lead race for Moses

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Liverpool and Tottenham target Victor Moses has rejected the offer of a contract extension from Wigan, and a bidding war for his services is likely to ensue this summer.

Moses has finally demonstrated his potential in a Wigan shirt this season, and played a pivotal role in ensuring the Latics retained their Premier League status for yet another season.

The 21-year-old has been offered an improved two-year deal in order to stay at the DW Stadium but, says his agent, has now decided that his future lies away from Wigan.

“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," Tony Finnigan said, as reported by The Sun.

“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.”

According to The Sun, Liverpool and Tottenham are the two most prominent sides interested in signing Moses, while Queens Park Rangers are also keen on the you forward.

Kenny Dalglish experienced first hand the devastating impact Moses can have, with the Wigan star playing an influential role in securing three points for the Latics at Anfield earlier this season.

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