After weeks of speculation and swirling rumours, it's finally happened everyone, our goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has signed for Liverpool.
Having turned down a new contract offer in order to stay at the Macron Stadium and move on to pastures new, Bogdan has agreed terms to join Liverpool and will sign with them once his Bolton contract expires on July 1st.
Details about his contract are to be confirmed.
The Hungarian shot stopper has been at the club for eight years. He made his debut in a 1-0 cup win against Southampton and then, just a few days later, his league debut against Birmingham City, coming on to replace the sent off Jussi Jaaskeleinen, in which he was vital in keeping the Whites in the game and securing a seemingly impossible point. He went on to make 104 appearances for Bolton Wanderers, keeping 26 clean sheets, which included such highlights as saving a Wayne Rooney penalty, saving a last minute Jordi Gomez penalty which would have won the game for Wigan Athletic, an outstanding performance at Anfield and not to mention all the unbelievable saves in-between.
As you may be able to tell due to the series of Bogdan related articles we've published over the last week (click here, here and here) we're not exactly taking this news all too well.
However, we heartily thank Adam Bogdan for his years of service and wish him all the luck and fortune in the world on his next venture.