The Latics have already rejected one £4 million bid from the Blues, but it is expected that they will return.
Wigan chairman, Dave Whelan, recently attacked the involvement of agents, arguing they were not working for the good of their clients.
Moses’ representative, Tony Finnigan, has hit back and gone on to say he will push for a move as long as the two clubs agree a fee.
He said: “I know how these things work, but I’m not getting involved in a slanging match.
“All I will say is, how did Victor end up at Wigan, when he could have gone to Manchester City? Who took him to Wigan?'
He added: “Provding Wigan can agree a fee with Chelsea, I will do all I can to make the move happen for Victor,' he added.
Wigan are demanding up to £12 million for Moses, while Chelsea are said to value him at closer to £8 million.
by Rob MacDonald