Former Huddersfield Town loan midfielder Emyr Huws is a reported target of Championship rivals Fulham.

But the London club may have to pay Wigan Athletic more than £2m for the 22-year-old Wales international.

The Manchester City product, unlucky to miss out on a place in Chris Coleman’s Euro 2016 squad, impressed in 31 Town appearance in the season just ended.

But the club’s budget, and other planned signings, meant a move for the man who notched five goals was ruled out.

Huws’ future at Wigan, who have been promoted back to the Championship, appears uncertain.

He fell foul of manager Gary Caldwell after indicating he was unhappy at the prospect of League I football following relegation in 2015.

The Latics signed him from Manchester City on a four-year contract in August 2014.

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The Llanelli-born former Swansea City junior player made just one appearance for Manchester City.

But he caught the eye in loan spells at Northampton Town and Birmingham City.

Huws has seven Wales caps after playing at Under 17, 19 and 21 level.

At Town, he featured as one of the two defensive midfielders in David Wagner’s 4-2-3-1 system.

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