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N'Zogbia Free To Go


Wigan Athletic player Charles N`Zogbia has been speaking to French sports newspaper L'Equipe and he says that the Latics won`t stand in his way if a big club were to come and make an acceptable offer for him.

The flying winger has been linked with a move to Marseille earlier this month and with the prospect of Champions League football a move back to France would suit the current Latics player of the season.

N`Zogbia freely admits that he used the Latics to re-launch his career, he was being used as a left back at Newcastle when he made the move south to the DW Stadium, last season new boss Roberto Martinez converted the 23 year old to play wide right of midfield and he never looked back.

There has been interest shown with Manchester City, Sunderland, Birmingham City, Juventus and Marseille all reportedly keen on N`Zogbia and he is saying that the powers that be at the DW Stadium will allow him to go.

Speaking to L'Equipe N`Zogbia said: 'When I came here, I was in a period where I wanted to re-launch myself'

'Today I'm at Wigan but if tomorrow a good club with great aims contacts me, I am open."

'I have talked about it with my bosses. They won't put a spoke in the wheel.'



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 30 2010

Time: 1:51PM

Your Comments

10 million minimum
worbo
Let's get some Ben Arfa action goin' on.
avantsweater
i hope they only let him go for a similar fee that valencia left us for. imo he is worth 15m but when players come out with comment like this putting themself in the shop window i doubt we will get anything near 15m luck if we get 10m
pieeater
We shouldn't sell him, if we kept selling our good players, we will never be challenging for 10 and above.
lakaria
 

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