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Martinez keen on Boselli

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Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has confirmed his interest in Argentinian striker Mauro Boselli but would not be drawn on whether an offer has been made.

The 25-year-old Estudiantes frontman has also been linked with Sunderland and Birmingham, but reports in South America suggested the Latics had agreed a club-record fee.

But Martinez told the Wigan Evening Post: "At the moment, everything is still up in the air with that one."

He added: "It is true he is a player we have been following for a long time, but I can't confirm anything regarding an offer.

"Over the next few weeks we hope to finalise a few things with the players we have been trying to get. Mauro is one of a number of names that will come out because we have been following a lot of players."

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