a) It is just agent talk trying to hype up the reputation of his 'in-demand star'.
b) Moses signs but is swallowed up by the pressure of expectation and star names and becomes the next Steve Sidwell.
c) Moses signs and becomes a huge success.
Supporters and the player himself, plus his agent, will hope it is option (c). The former Crystal Palace winger had a slow start this Premier League season, taking until December to register his first goal but ended up with six.
It was his late season flourish which played a key part in Wigan avoiding relegation once again, and made the winger one of the hottest properties in English football.
Only 21, no player completed more successful dribbles than him in the Premier League last season, and his agent has stated he is keen to quit the Latics and move onto bigger and better things.
Chelsea are busy building a squad full of young dazzling attacking talent with Marko Marin and Eden Hazard already recruited. Moses fits the bill and has already proved himself in the league.
The difference with Marin, Hazard and De Bruyne, is that they all prefer to play on the left, giving Chelsea's attack a lop-sided look at present.
Salomon Kalou, who started the Champions League final on the right for Chelsea has been released, so the right side of attack is clearly one area the club need to improve.
Moses can play on both flanks, but his preferred side is the right one. Last season the majority of his 36 league starts came on the right of attack, 19 in fact, with the other 15 spread between the left and the centre.
Clearly this versatility makes him attractive, with Hazard also able to play both sides, being able to switch and rotate is key to the type of free-flowing football Chelsea aspire to, but the fact his preference is the right makes him a good fit for the new Chelsea.
While he is young and has unlimited potential, there is a danger the move could be too big for him. But in a squad of young talent like Chelsea are amassing, he may just feel at home.
He wouldn't cost the earth, around £10 million has been suggested, a fraction of the fee Chelsea spent on Hazard, which would leave plenty of funds left over for Chelsea to sign a striker, and strengthen in other areas.
It could just be speculation, but if it happens, Moses to Chelsea might just work.
Should Chelsea sign Victor Moses?
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