Chelsea star footballer, Victor Moses, has made a critical gift to help his previous club, Wigan Athletic in the midst of their monetary battles during the pandemic.
Wigan were deducted 12 focuses subsequent to going into organization towards the finish of the 2019-20 season, which constrained them into transfer close by Hull City and Charlton Athletic.
Moses played for the Latics before joining Chelsea in 2012.
The club’s supporters body has confimed that the previous Super Eagles player has made a noteworthy monetary commitment to the club that will prevent them from going into termination.
The supporters are intending to raise £750,000 to help the club this season, and they are currently inside £100,000 of the objective after Moses sent cash.
“Wow – Nothing more needs to be said. At the point when Victor connected to state he needed to help by giving such a significant sum, I just couldn’t accept what I was hearing – it’s such an unfathomable motion,” , the executive of Wigan Athletic Supporters’ Club, Caroline Molyneux, said.
“Victor needed to make the gift and stay mysterious however we basically needed to ensure he gets the acknowledgment he merits.
“Victor’s commitment has taken us past £650,000 and to inside £100,000 of our next objective of £750,000.
“We are so appreciative to Victor for his help. He is a great footballer, a genuine good example and somebody we generally appreciated viewing at the DW Stadium – he will consistently be welcome back here, significantly more so now!”
Moses, took to his Twitter handle to call for more help to spare the fate of the 2013 FA Cup champs.
“Wigan Athletic will consistently remain as a cherished memory to me,” Moses tweeted.
“I have so numerous unfathomable recollections from my time there and the individuals of Wigan and everybody related with the club have consistently been so acceptable to me and my family. We should do everything we can to ensure the eventual fate of this extraordinary club.”