Liverpool FC Transfer Rumors: Victor Moses to Merseyside?

Michael KohCorrespondent IIIMay 8, 2012

Victor Moses dribbling around Newcastle United's Fabricio Coloccini
Victor Moses dribbling around Newcastle United's Fabricio ColocciniMichael Regan/Getty Images

According to Malcolm MacAskill of Total Football Magazine, Victor Moses of Wigan Athletic is set to leave the DW Stadium in search of a bigger club. 

Crunchsports reports that Liverpool have been following Moses since his days at Crystal Palace and are interested in signing the powerful winger. 

Victor Moses' rejection of renewing his contract has led many to believe that either Tottenham or Liverpool will launch a bid for the Nigerian in the realm of about £10 million (via dailymail.co).

Moses plays for the recently labeled giant-killers Wigan, after participating in the surprising wins against Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool

This season, Moses has scored six times in the league for the Latics. He's started 35 games and has been a substitute just twice.

His place in the starting XI increased this season from just eight Premier League starts last season.

Moses has had 101 shots attempted where only 30 were on target, putting his accuracy percentage at 29.7 percent. He's had one assist and suffered 78 fouls this season.

Already known for his acceleration and direct play, would Victor Moses be a right fit for Liverpool? 

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