Wigan manager understands the frustration of Victor Moses but says he is hand tied in this matter and the striker will only be sold if Chelsea meets the asking price.
Chelsea have already lodged three bids but were rejected immediately. Their latest bid was around £6.5m but according to Chairman Dave Whelan it is still well short of their asking price.
The Blues are planning to make an improved bid of £7.5m but it is expected that Wigan won’t allow the player to move unless the asking fee of £10m is met.
The 21-year-old joined the Latics in 2010 and since then became one of their important players featuring for 72 times and scoring eight goals.
The Nigerian has told Martinez that he wants a move away from DW Stadium and his preferred destination is Stamford Bridge, but as it stands out now he has to stay put for another year unless Chairman agrees a deal. ...