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Transfer Gossip: Bolton Wanderers eye move for departing Sheffield United striker

Wilbraham’s replacement?

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Well it seems that Bolton Wanderers may have found their veteran striker for this season’s campaign. Last year it was Aaron Wilbraham & we’ve previously seen the likes of Emile Heskey and Les Ferdinand.

According to Alan Nixon from The Sun, Bolton Wanderers have targeted departing Sheffield United striker, Clayton Donaldson.

Wanderers only currently have two strikers on the books; Connor Hall and Adam Le Fondre.

After moving from Birmingham City last Summer, Donaldson scored five times in 29 games.

The Jamaican international has clocked up more than 400 appearances over his career, scoring 144 goals.

Donaldson has also scored twice in ten games for Jamaica.

Clayton Donaldson has loads of experience, which could only be a positive thing for Connor Hall and the other youngsters at the club.

As far as veteran back up strikers go, Donaldson is a pretty good option, particularly on a free.

Do you think Clayton Donaldson would be a good signing for Wanderers? Let us know in the comments box below.