Wimbledon and Carlisle are both reportedly looking at former Latics defender Kyle Jameson.

Jameson made just 15 appearances last season due to injury as John Sheridan’s men were relegated to the National League.

The 23-year-old was one of 13 players confirmed to be leaving the club at the end of their deals this summer along with Dylan Bahamboula, Kane Badby, Ousseynou Cisse, Raphael Diarra, Dylan Fage, Jamie Hopcutt, Davis Keillor-Dunn, Christopher Missilou, Tope Obadeyi, Carl Piergianni, Danny Rogers and Callum Whelan.

And he is now on the radar of both League Two sides ahead of the upcoming season, according to The South London Press.

Wimbledon are preparing for life in the fourth tier last after finishing 23rd in League One last season, winning just six league matches in total.

Meanwhile, Carlisle finished 20th in League Two last term with a 15-point cushion above the drop zone.

Jameson began his career at non-league Southport and was snapped up by Chelsea in January 2017.

The defender headed to West Brom seven months later and captained the Baggies’ Under-23 side on several occasions, also spending time on loan at Barrow.

He joined Fylde in the summer of 2019, making 21 appearances for the Coasters before heading to Oldham a year later.

Jameson enjoyed a promising debut campaign at Boundary Park but was forced to watch from the sidelines for most of last season, returning for the final six fixtures.

The defender has also been linked with Harrogate and League One outfit Burton over the past week as he searches for a new club.