Nigeria striker, Victor Moses’ proposed move to European champions, Chelsea may have hit the rocks after talks between Wigan Athletic and the Stamford Bridge club broke down.
Following the capture of Marko Marin and Eden Hazard, Chelsea are keen to add at least one more signing to their squad with Moses initially pencilled down as top priority.
The Blues tabled a £4 million offer for the talented Nigerian but it was rejected outright by the Wigan chairman, Dave Whelan who insisted he would not deal for anything "less than £10 million" for his prized asset.
Moses has since voiced his intention to leave the DW Stadium but Whelan believes the player is being influenced by his agent, Tony Finnigan.
Whelan believes Moses should stay on as he "owes everything to the club.".
Finnigan however thinks it’s time for the 21-year-old Nigerian to go for new pastures.
“All I will say on this matter is that how did Victor Moses end up at Wigan, when he could have gone to Manchester City? Who took him to Wigan,” Finnigan queried.
SuperSport.com can report that Chelsea have now cooled their interest in Moses and will instead concentrate on Bayer Leverkusen star, Andre Schurrle.
Schurrle is currently away with the Germany national team at the UEFA Euro 2012.