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More new news, reported by The Sun, suggests Wigan are prepared to double Moses’ agreement terms, in sequence to safeguard he stays with a Latics. The news states a actor is on a £18,000 per week deal.
“We’ve done him a really good offer involving a doubling of his salary over 3 years. It’s down to either a kid listens to clarity or his agent,” Whelan said. Meanwhile, a bar could be backing adult Everton striker Victor Anichebe as a intensity replacement.
“I’ve listened a lot of offers are on a table. Wigan have a final contend but, for me, a top bidder would take a day. But right now I’m a Wigan man,” Moses pronounced describing a situation.
It now appears a fight to keep Moses is holding personal proportions for Whelan. He has been quoted as observant a actor due a bar “everything” for his growth given he assimilated from Crystal Palace (for £2.5mn) in 2010.
“We took this kid as a teen and all he has he owes to Roberto Martinez and Wigan Athletic,” Whelan pronounced to The Sun. Meanwhile, a player’s representative countered, saying a bar should be beholden his customer assimilated them in 2010, instead of Manchester City.