No offers for N'Zogbia

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Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has insisted he has had no offers for Charles N'Zogbia despite the French winger being linked with several clubs.

N'Zogbia, facing a three-match ban after being sent off for headbutting Arsenal's Jack Wilshere on Wednesday night, is said to have drawn interest from Marseille, Birmingham and Sunderland.

Martinez has stressed N'Zogbia will be staying until the end of the season and said: "The situation has not changed - there have been no offers but I'm sure the speculation will carry on."

Martinez also said he has had no contact with Manchester United about Tom Cleverley returning from his loan spell with the Latics - it has been suggested Sir Alex Ferguson may want the midfielder to cover for Park Ji Sung during his absence at the Asia Cup.

"We have him for a season-loan - that's our understanding," said Martinez.

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