Bolton Wanderers have completed the signings of former Charlton, Tottenham Hotspur and Villarreal centre-half Dorian Dervite and former Millwall winger Liam Feeney. Both players will join the club once their respective contracts have expired.
Feeney spent a month on loan at Bolton earlier this season before finishing the campaign on loan at local wankers Blackburn Rovers. He made four appearances for both clubs. As yet the club have not released any information on the length of his contract - he is likely to provide support for Chung Yong Lee and provide a barrier to exciting young wing talent Chris Lester.
Dervite was one of Charlton's leading lights in a troubled season which saw them flirt with relegation for the majority of the campaign.
He will sign a three year contract and is expected to go straight into the first team squad offering competition for incumbent defenders Matt Mills, Tim Ream and David Wheater.
He is known as a ball-playing centre half and has had an eclectic career since leaving Lille in 2006 to join Spurs, before leaving England to join Spanish side Villarreal. He was back in London in 2012 where he joined Charlton.