Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham have been alterted to the latest situation at Wigan which sees their star striker, Hugo Rodallega continuing to refuse to sign a new contract to remain at the club. The Colombian international is in the final year of his current deal and reports suggest that he does not want to stay at Wigan as he seeks a move to a big club.
Rodallega was left on the bench in Wigan’s opening game of the season against Norwich, suggesting that Wigan could be freezing him out of the first team in a bid to get him to sign a new contract with them.
There are still suggestions that Liverpool are in the market for another striker, this thought being reinforced by Dalglish apparently refusing to sell David Ngog until a new replacement is found.
With Rodallega being valued at £9million by Wigan, would it be wise to sell Ngog to Bolton for £4million and then go out and buy Rodallega?