According to Football League World, Bolton Wanderers are eyeing a move for an in form non-league striker - Boreham Wood forward, Kabongo Tshimanga.
An article from FLW states:
“Bolton Wanderers are in talks to sign Kabongo Tshimanga from Boreham Wood with the player enjoying good form in the National League in the past couple of seasons, Football League World can exclusively reveal.
The Trotters are heading to League One for next season after sealing promotion at the first time of asking last year in League Two.
Ian Evatt is looking to add to his squad where he can, then, and Tshimanga could be the next to arrive at the club.
Football League World can reveal that the Trotters are in talks with the forward over a move, with him scoring 14 goals in 31 National League games last season for the Wood.”
The 23 year old began his career with MK Dons in the 2014/15 season but couldn’t break through, leaving on loan to a few non-league sides before leaving permanently to join Boston United in 2017. After scoring twelve goals in one season, he moved to Oxford City a year later in the NLS, where he scored 37 times in 54 games.
He then moved to Boreham Wood, where he’s scored 36 times in two seasons.
Tshimanga is out of contract at the end of the month so would be available for free.