As reported by The Bolton News, Bolton Wanderers have made a bid to sign Millwall and Iceland striker, Jón Dadi Bödvarsson.
Bödvarsson, 29, is out of contract at the end of the season & Wanderers have made contact with Millwall in hopes of signing the forward on loan.
Ian Evatt was quoted in the paper on the deal this morning:
“He’s away on international camp at the moment and we’re trying our best to get it done. It is complicated because he is on a pretty big salary with his parent club.”
Bödvarsson has just eighteen minutes of club football to his name so far this season, coming on as a second half substitute during Millwall’s 3-1 EFL Cup win against Cambridge United back in August.
He scored his first goal for over a year in Iceland’s 1-1 draw against Uganda on Wednesday,
The forward has been in England since 2016, when he joined Wolverhampton Wanderers from German side Kaiserslautern.
He moved a year later to Reading, where he spent two years before moving on to join Millwall in 2019.
In the Championship, he has scored 21 goals in 164 games. Internationally, he has four goals in sixty-one games & has represented his country at the 2016 Euros and the 2018 World Cup.
Predominantly a striker, Bödvarsson is also capable of playing out wide if needed.