According to The Daily Mail, Bolton Wanderers are competing with Fulham FC and Bristol City for Osasuna striker Kenan Kodro.
The article states:
"Fulham, Bristol City and Bolton Wanderers are following Osasuna striker Kenan Kodro.
The 23-year-old Bosnia international is available for around £1.5million and is keen on a move to England.
Born in San Sebastian, Spain, Kodro has dual nationality but made his full debut for Bosnia in March."
Comfortable up front or on the wing, Kenan Kodro began his career with Real Sociedad's B team, scoring 16 goals in 76 games. In 2014, he made the move to Osasuna. Initially playing for their B team, Kodro broke into the first team part way through the 2014/2015 season.
Since then, Kodro has scored 15 times in 88 games. Seven of those came this season as Osasuna were promoted back to La Liga, but Kodro couldn't prevent The Reds from going straight back down.
In March 2017, Kodro made his debut for Bosnia & Herzegovina, starting in a 2-1 win against Albania.
Obviously, any move could only happen once the transfer embargo has been lifted. Personally, if Wanderers are in the market for a winger/striker, Niall McGinn looks the more realistic option.
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