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Bolton complete loan dealings on transfer deadline day

Ross Kinnaird

It's just the two men going out for Dougie Freedman's Bolton Wanderers. Gregg Wylde has made the move to Burywhile Michael O'Hallora is at Tranmere Rovers. There were rumors that the likes of Marvin Sordell, Marcos Alonso, and Joe Riley could be on the move as well but it was not to be for Bolton Wanderers.

Dougie Freeman has confirmed that those two moves were the extent of Bolton's dealings on deadline day:

"It doesn't look like anyone is coming in, there is maybe one that I have to look at for a bit of cover really, but I don't think that we need to add to the squad.

"Going out is young Gregg Wylde who will be going out to play some games, young Michael O'Halloran is going to go out and play some games too. I felt that Joe Riley needed to go out and play some games as well but we couldn't quite find the right development team for him.

"When these young guys go out it is all about the development and playing, they will get their training here the way I want to train them but they need some matches, but no one else will be leaving."

Wylde has been highly touted since his free transfer from Rangers but has failed to make an impact at the Reebok Stadium at any point. O'Halloran, on the other hand, joined Bolton Wanderers in 2009, quickly becoming a part of the U-18 setup at the club. He, also, has not featured for Bolton and struggled to get game time on loan to League One side Sheffield United last season.