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Latics Target Would Relish Premier League Chance


Wigan Athletic transfer target Marseille player Mathieu Valbuena would relish an opportunity to play in the Premier League according to his agent Christophe Hutteau.

As reported on Vital Wigan on Sunday the Latics have bid 4 million for the pacey wide right midfield man and this as alerted other sides to test the availability of the 24 year old.

It appears that definitely Liverpool and possibly Everton and Chelsea are asking to be kept informed of any possible movement for the player nicknamed 'the small bike` and they could challenge the Latics in the race to take Valbuena away from the Stade Velodrome and into the Premier League.

Speaking to Sky Sports Hutteau said:'Mathieu would very much be interested in playing in England as the Premier League is the best in Europe'
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'Wigan are interested in Mathieu, but I think Mathieu would like to go to a big team in England.

'Liverpool are also interested in Mathieu, but so are teams in Spain, Germany, Italy and Russia.

'I think Mathieu will leave Marseille and I think it is very possible he could play in England this season.'


Lets hope that Martinez has stolen a march on the talented Frenchman and that he does in fact choose the Latics



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Date:Tuesday July 7 2009

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