In a surprising turn of events, it has today been revealed that Fulham's German boss Felix Magath has signed former Bolton Wanderers midfielder, Dino Fazlic, on a one-year contract after the former Bolton midfielder impressed during a trial spell with the recently relegated side.
The 22-year-old Serbian free agent featured for Magath's side in pre-season friendlies against Scottish side East Fife and Caykur Rizespor of Turkey.
Fazlic previously played for Swiss side Grasshoppers, having started his career in Germany with Werder Bremen. Bolton signed him in 2012, but he was released by the club following relegation along with names such as Ricardo Gardner, Gretar Steinsson, Ivan Klasnic, Nigel Reo-Coker, Paul Robinson, Sean Davis, Robbie Blake, Mark Connolly, Tope Obadeyi, Rhys Bennett, Dino Fazlic and Tom Eckersley, Tuncay, Ryo Miyachi and Dedryck Boyata.
Fazlic started at Werder Bremen's youth team before moving to England in 2012 where he made several appearances for Bolton Wanderers' Under-21 side back when we were decent.