Well, Keith Hill’s revolution has begun and we already have potentially the first signing through the door.
As per @nottmtails earlier, Arvin Appiah from #NFFC to Almeria is going through. Initial fee of £8m, with add-ons. Also heard Bolton Wanderers - after everything they have been through - are starting the business of building a new squad. Liam Bridcutt joining on loan. #BWFC— Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) September 1, 2019
The 30 year Chelsea academy product made his name with Brighton & Hove Albion, before moving to Sunderland to reunite with Gus Poyet in 2014.
He then moved to Leeds United in 2016, before moving to Forest in 2017 for £1 million.
Capped at international level with Scotland, Bridcutt brings a wealth of experience that could be valuable to Wanderers in midfield.
Tomorrow is set to be a ‘Manic Monday’ as the Bangles once said.
If Bridcutt is a sign of things to come, then it could be an exciting day.