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Transfer Gossip: Bolton Wanderers to bring back former striker?

Is Ricardo Vaz Te going to be coming back to Bolton?

UEFA Cup: Guimaraes v Bolton Wanderers Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images

According to Turkish newspaper Yeni Asir, Bolton Wanderers could bring back former striker Ricardo Vaz Te. The article states (in an awful translation):

"Portugal's top scorer, Akhisar Belediyespor, this year, the British Premier League offers a lot of offers Akhisar Belediyespor, coach Okan Buruk'a getting up the talks, soccer taliklara increasing. Ricardo Vaz Te, who performed outstandingly this season, entered the radar of British clubs. The 31-year-old Portuguese striker played in the first 11 in 23 of the 37 games, wearing 2221 minutes. 23 goals scored.Vaz Te'yi, who has passed the best period of his career in green-black form, followed closely the managers of the teams of England Premier League teams West Ham United, Charlton Athletic, Barnsley, Bolton Wanderers, Watford, Burnley, Stoke City, Crystal Palace, Newcastle United and Brighton Hove Albion teams. took. Vaz Te, who spent the third season in Akhisar Belediyespor, draws attention as Akigo's top scorer foreign player.

Vaz Te, who scored 29 goals, overturned 25-ball Colombian Hugo Rodellgas and Greek Theofanis Gekas."

Ricardo Vaz Te, who began his professional career with Bolton, scored five times in 73 games, before departing in 2010. His most famous moment in a Wanderers shirt was of course the last minute equaliser in the UEFA Cup against Vitória S.C. in 2005.

Vaz Te spent time with Hibs, Barnsley, West Ham and Charlton before moving to Turkey in January 2016. His contract with his current club expires in June.

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