Moses, 21, has finally joined Chelsea after several of their bids were turned down by fellow English Premier League side Wigan Athletic.
MTNFootball.com learnt that the former Crystal Palace star will earn at Stamford Bridge five times what he was on at modest Wigan.
“Moses has hit it very rich at Chelsea. He will now pocket £50,000 a week at Chelsea, while at Wigan he was on £10,000,” a source close to the player disclosed.
“He has also signed a long-term deal of five years because Chelsea see him as a player for the future.”
Chlesea are also believed to have paid Wigan seven million pounds cash with an extra two million pounds to be paid in add-ons.
Moses himself has told MTNFootball.com that he is delighted that his long-drawn transfer saga is finally over.
Moses was on Saturday unveiled at Stamford Bridge as a Chelsea player before ‘The Blues’ game against Newcastle United.
“I am glad that the transfer is finally settled. I am just happy that all parties are happy,” Moses said.
“It’s coincidental that my last game in a Wigan shirt was against Chelsea. But I must express my gratitude to Wigan for all the support and the fans I will miss them all.”