Rodgers was planning to make Gylfi Sigurdsson his first Anfield signing, but the Icelandic attacking midfielder now looks set to move to Tottenham.
If that move goes through, then Liverpool, according to The Sun looks to secure the services of the twenty one year old Nigerian
Moses - who has expressed his desire to leave the DW Stadium this summer - was the subject to a rejected £4million bid from Chelsea earlier this month.
Moses' contract with Wigan expires next summer, but with former club Crystal Palace due 20 per cent of any transfer fee, Latics chairman Dave Whelan is hoping to receive in the region of £8m for his prize asset.
The Nigerian international netted six times for Wigan last season and is comfortable playing on either flank as well as off the main striker.