The Latics have turned down several bids from the Blues for Moses and Roberto Martinez remains adamant that the striker won't leave the DW Stadium until the Champions League winners meet their valuation of the player.
Moses played for Wigan during their 2-0 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday, and afterwards a source close to the player stated that he still hopes to make the switch to Stamford Bridge.
"Victor would be happy to do battle with the youngsters who have given Chelsea an exciting new look," a source close to Wigan is quoted as saying in The Sun.
"If Chelsea match Dave Whelan's valuation of £9m, Victor will be on his way."
Chelsea face Reading at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.