Date: 28th May 2015 at 4:43pm
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According to reports on HITC sport, relegated side Wigan Athletic are lining up a move for the Blues Welsh winger David Cotterill.

The former Doncaster United player moved to St.Andrews last summer and over the course of his first campaign with the West Midlands side put in some above average first team performances. As well as creating the large majority of chances for his other team mates, Cotterill also chipped in with a fair amount of goals and interest in him this summer was always going to be expected.

Reports surrounding the situation suggest that the relegated Latics want to bring their former player back to the DW stadium but Birmingham City are reluctant to sell, and so they should be.

No suggestion of contact being made between the clubs or even a fee being agreed has arisen yet and as speculation beings to mount, more news will follow on whether this is actually just a rumour or whether there is actually any truth in the matter.

The Latics are set for a very busy summer with many of their first team stars already leaving the club and more expected to follow and they want to make Cotterill one of their first signings of the transfer window.

However, Blues boss Gary Rowett will not want to sell one of his star players from last campaign and day to day operator of the club Panos Pavlakis will be sure to do everything in his power to stop the sale of yet another Birmingham City player.

Blues fans, do you think Cotterill should stay in the championship with us or do you think he should move to League One with Wigan? Let us know in the comment section below.

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