Adam Forshaw: Uwe Rosler says Wigan want Brentford midfielder

Adam Forshaw
Adam Forshaw was League One's Player of the Year in 2013-14

Wigan manager Uwe Rosler says he is still interested in signing midfielder Adam Forshaw from Brentford.

The 22-year-old played under Rosler at Griffin Park before the German left to become Latics boss in December 2013.

Bees manager Mark Warburton said last month that he had no intention of selling Forshaw, League One's Player of the Year last season, to a rival club.

Adam Forshaw and Uwe Rosler
Forshaw played under Uwe Rosler at Brentford before the German became Wigan boss last December

"It's very well recorded that we had bids in for Adam," Rosler told BBC Radio Manchester.

"It's very well recorded that I am a manager who tries to do business quietly and talk about players who are under contract with Wigan Athletic. Obviously we are interested and we're still interested."

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Two more 'will complete' Wigan squad

Ex-Everton youngster Forshaw helped Brentford gain automatic promotion from League One last term. He has two years remaining on his contract.

Wigan, who lost to Queens Park Rangers in the Championship play-off semi-finals in May, begin their second season in the second tier with a home game against Reading.

As part of a pilot scheme and in conjunction with the BBC Sport website, BBC Radio Manchester will be providing a live text service of their sports programme at www.bbc.co.uk/manchester on Saturday, 9 August from 14:00 BST.

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