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Wigan midfielder Mohamed Diame is attracting attention from the Premier League's elite clubs.
Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal and Aston Villa have all shown interest in the Senegal international who is considered one of the bargains of the window as a free agent.
Diame's representative, Willie McKay, has confirmed clubs at home and abroad are keen on the 24-year-old. He said: 'Momo is one of the best Bosmans around this summer and there are a lot of clubs at home and abroad keen on him, but Momo would like to stay in the Premier League and play for an ambitious club.
'I have met with several Premier League clubs and we are considering all offers, but we have yet to make a decision on where Momo will be going.
'Momo is disappointed he did not play as much for Wigan in the second half of this season, but he enjoyed his time at Wigan, although he always saw it as a stepping stone to move to a bigger club.'
Liverpool are keen to add energy to their midfield and Tottenham recognise the need to maintain a big squad with improved quality if they are to launch another serious offensive on the Champions League and the Premier League.
Wigan also expect to lose Hugo Rodallega while Victor Moses continues to be courted by clubs such as QPR.