Date: 19th June 2010 at 2:40pm
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Wigan Athletic along with Stoke and Birmingham are being linked with a move for Nancy midfield man Landry N’Guemo after Celtic refused to meet the French clubs £2million valuation of the player who spent last season on loan at Parkhead.

The Cameroon international is currently in South Africa for the World Cup so nothing is likely to be sorted out for a few weeks yet but Nancy sporting director Nicolas Holveck claims there are English Premier League clubs interested in N`Guemo and that he wont be going to Celtic after they would only go to £1.2million for the 24 year old.

Holveck said: ‘We spoke to Celtic at the start of the week regarding N`Guemo and, following that discussion, I now believe he won’t be joining them next season

‘There is quite a difference in opinion over our valuation of the player and theirs and because there is other interest from England I would expect him to move elsewhere.

‘We have been having discussions with English sides regarding Landry for more than a week now, but there is no panic over his sale.’





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