Liverpool Transfer News: Wigan Forward Victor Moses Reveals Link to Liverpool
Wigan forward Victor Moses has revealed that there are indeed links connecting him with moves to other clubs in England. The two teams mentioned were specifically Liverpool and Chelsea. According to Goal.com, Victor said:
"I don't know for now [whether I will move], but there's a link for me to Liverpool, Chelsea and some other clubs in England," Moses told MTN Football.
"If the offer is cool, why not, I will move."
Moses also conceded that he would love to play in Italy one day, although not for now. The Latics powerhouse indicated that in future he would want to represent a team in Serie A. Talking about his long term goal he told MTN Football:
"I'm looking at [playing in] Italy, but that would be much later in my career," Moses explained.
Liverpool has a new manager, but it has not put a foot into the transfer market as yet. Gylfi Sigurdsson was linked with a move to the Reds, but that deal is vulnerable to fall through as Tottenham is interested as well.
Gylfi Sigurdsson would be a great buy, but if Victor Moses is the first signing under Brendan Rodgers it would be better than a great buy. There are fans who are and have been skeptic about players being bought from, with all due respect, lower ranked teams.
Such a transfer strategy spelled doomsday last season and Liverpool and its staff should be wary about that threat again.
Having said that, I believe Brendan Rodgers has a knack for spotting good, talented players having overseen some of them during his time with Chelsea. This was evident at Swansea where he brought in players that followed his tactics and style of play religiously, along with showcasing their own skills to take Swansea to mid-table security.
Chelsea do not need a player like Moses for the starting XI. Liverpool desperately do. Moses can dribble very well and will represent a flair player in the Reds' squad, which is something of a rarity these days.
If Moses comes to Liverpool without much compensation, I am guessing most fans will be happy.
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