Despite remaining in limbo whilst the takeover drags on, Bolton Wanderers continue to be linked with strikers.
This time, it is Nottingham Forest forward, Daryl Murphy.
According to the East Anglian Daily Times, Wanderers are one of three clubs who have made enquiries.
”Murphy, 36, is out in the cold at Nottingham Forest and a departure from the City Ground is likely in the coming weeks.
He could still move on before the deadline for Championship clubs passes tomorrow, but the feeling is a move into the third tier is most likely for a player who scored 67 goals during his 225 Ipswich appearances.
It’s understood Burton Albion, Doncaster Rovers and Bolton Wanderers have all contacted Forest regarding the veteran forward, but the Blues are not thought to have made a move at this stage.”
He’s 36, but would still be a decent addition.
In truth, anyone would. We don’t have a senior striker.