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Rob Hall to MK Dons - Anyone Bothered?

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Ex-Hammer on his way out...if you cared at all

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So the most obvious transfer of the summer is happening. No, not David De Gea leaving Manchester United for Real Madrid, or Raheem Sterling leaving Liverpool for Manchester City.

Nope - Rob Hall is leaving Bolton Wanderers to join MK Dons.

Now you may be a bit concerned that we are letting a squad player leave to join one of our relegation rivals, but let's face it - is anyone really that bothered?

With rumours of Lee Camp joining from Bournemouth, and hot on the heels of Lawrie Wilson's trial after his own Charlton Athletic spell ended, it appears that Neil Lennon has decided to sacrifice Hall to free up some much-needed funds to spearhead his Wanderers revolution.

Hall's Bolton contract expires in Summer 2016, meaning that he is entering the final year of his deal - it is not known whether the loan contains a 'buy clause', though given the closeness to the end of his contract it will likely mean that the 21 year old Aylesbury-born former West Ham United winger has played his last game for us.

If you cared, that is.