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McClean follows Grant Holt and Leon Barnett in dropping down a league to join the Latics

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The French youngster signs a three-year contract

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Managing director Derek Llambias has left and there is uncertainty over the future of manager Alan Pardew

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Liverpool and Arsenal 'target' Simon Mignolet unlikely to sign new contract at Sunderland, reveals agent

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