With the confirmation of former Wigan Athletic Manager Roberto Martinez move to Everton, to replace Moyes who is now the manager of the Red devils, Manchester United, Martinez has been rumoured to be gunning for his first signing and Nigerian international Victor Moses is Martinez’s target.
Moses has so far had a fair season with the Stanford Bridge club Chelsea since he joined the club but with the dawn of new reign; the Jose Mourinho campaign beginning next season after the Portuguese departed Spanish club Real Madrid to return to his former London club, nothing is certain anymore as the Special One may or may not have need for the Nigerian.
According to report, the former Wigan Athletic manager is an ardent admirer of Nigerian International as he once under the tutelage of Martinez when completed a £2.5 million transfer to Premier League side Wigan Athletic after Palace went into administration.
The cost to sign the Chelsea player has been put at £9m.
Victor Moses has featured 12 times for the National Team of Nigeria; the Super Eagles.
Moses can play in a variety of positions, but in the first-team games he has taken part in so far, Moses has mostly played as a winger.
Born in Nigeria, Moses has represented England at under-16, under-17, under-19 and under-21 levels, but opted to play for the Nigerian national team as opposed to being fully capped for England.