By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Wigan turned down a reported offer of £3million from the Blues for Moses on Tuesday with Latics chairman Dave Whelan insisting that the 21-year-old owes the club for developing him over the last two and a half years.
Moses's current deal expires next summer which puts Wigan in an awkward position in terms of negotiating a large transfer fee.
However, Whelan maintains he will only sell the player for what he feels is the right fee and also revealed that he has offered to double the Nigeria international's wages to around £40,000 a week should he stay at the club.
"We've made him a very good offer - involving a doubling of his wages - over the next three years," Whelan told the Evening Post.
"It's down to whether the lad himself listens to sense, or whether he listens to his agent.
"The player has to realise that it's his future we're talking about not his agent's.
"Agents want cash out of players, that's all, whereas we want the lad to realise his potential and reach the highest level he can.
"If we have to sell him, we will do so reluctantly - but not for the money that is currently on the table."
But Moses' agent Tony Finnigan hit back by saying the club should be grateful his client turned down Manchester City to join Wigan back in January 2010.
Finnigan said in The Sun: "All I will say is: How did Vic end up at Wigan, when he could have gone to Manchester City? Who took him to Wigan?"
Wigan signed Moses from Crystal Palace for £2.5million in January 2010.