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N'Zogbia in Three Way Tussle?


Wigan Athletic player Charles N`Zogbia is attracting interest from three clubs at the moment according various new sources with French Champions Marseille, Bundesliga side Bayern Munich and Latics Premier League rivals Stoke City all casting envious eyes towards the DW Stadium.

Marseille of course have been linked with a move for N`Zogbia for a while now and a move back to France would seem to appeal to the one cap international who has recently spoken about being interested in looking at what Marseille are prepared to offer.

Bayern Munich have come out this week and expressed their interest following an indifferent start to the season that has seen the Germans struggling to make any impact both domestically and in the Champions League.

Stoke City were linked with N`Zogbia on transfer deadline day though at that time a deal couldn`t be thrashed out that suited the Latics, there is now talk of cash plus a player deal involving Turkey international Tuncay, this just might make Latics boss Roberto Martinez consider the move as a viable option.

With a full three months before the next transfer window opens there is sure to be a lot of speculation surrounding Latics most saleable asset in the coming weeks.




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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 5 2010

Time: 12:16PM

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The only move upward is Bayern Munich, and possibly Marseille, all the rest are nothing clubs and are just as good at going down as up.
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