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Wigan Athletic Checking Out Abel Hernández


With Premier League safety guaranteed for a sixth season Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez is wasting no time in attempting to secure players for the next campaign and he is keen on a couple of Uruguay internationals currently plying their trade in Italy

Top of the bosses list is 19 year old striker Abel Hernández who only made his debut for Serie A side Palermo in October 2009 but has gone on to notch 6 goals in 14 appearances for the Italian club and he is tipped for a big future in the game.

Hernández` team mate and compatriot Edinson Cavani was also attracting interest from the Latics but the Uruguay international who struggled to settle initially in Italy is reported to have signed a contract extension last week keeping him at Palermo until 2014

With Martinez having contacts throughout Europe and his liking for youth as opposed to seasoned pro`s there will no doubt be some exciting prospects finding their way to the DW Stadium this summer but Abel Hernández looks to have a chance to be the first through the arrival door.


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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 25 2010

Time: 10:41PM

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Good stuff, get them in young is what Bobby says whilst they have their best years in front of them
worbo
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25/04/2010 22:46:00

he is meant to be good
lathamwafc
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25/04/2010 23:26:00

where you heard this???
lathamwafc
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25/04/2010 23:49:00

Aha that would be telling
worbo
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25/04/2010 23:55:00

Looks like a good prospect.
avantsweater
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26/04/2010 00:51:00

 

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