Wigan attacker Victor Moses is seemingly a man in demand with todays papers suggesting that Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool are all interested in the Nigeria international.
The Daily Mail has also gone as far to suggest that Wigan will demand as much as £12million for the winger who last season scored six league goals in his 38 Premier League appearances.
Wigan have already turned down an offer of £4million from Chelsea, but will there still be any interest with Dave Whelan asking for this excessive amount?
The 21-year-old certainly dazzled towards the end of the season as Wigan went on a superb run that saw them beat the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool as they avoided relegation and earned their manager Roberto Martinez plenty of plaudits.
Moses' ability on the ball, pace and eye for goal certainly caught the eye in the final stages of the season, but where was he when Wigan were struggling for much of the campaign?
His first goal last season came on December 10 against West Brom when Wigan were struggling at the wrong end of the table. After 20 games they were second bottom of the table with just 15 points.
Moses certainly did improve and by the end of the season there was plenty of hype around the youngster. But lets just take a look at some of his stats from last season in the Premier League.
He had 103 shots in total, with just 30 of these efforts being on target and just six being converted. Let's compare that with a similar player in Newcastle's Hatem Ben Arfa. The French attacking midfielder made 26 appearances last season, had 34 shots on goal, 11 were on target and he scored five goals.
Ben Arfa cost Newcastle just £5.1million when he joined Newcastle, was already a established France international and had played for Marseille and Lyon in the Champions League.
There is little doubt that English players cost more in the Premier League. Just look at how Newcastle payed nothing for 16-goal Demba Ba, while Liverpool forked out £35million for Andy Carroll.
Sticking with the same clubs, Yohan Cabaye was a bargain at just £4million, while Jordan Henderson joined Liverpool for around £20m. It is easy to see who got the better deal.
With Wigan demanding as much as £12million do you think that the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham will still be interested in signing the young attacker?
Let us know your thoughts….