Taking the White Shirt Off
A report this weekend said that Bolton Wanderers were interested in signing Manchester United's Wilfired Zaha on loan. Oe of the things that stands in the way of the move is the fact that moves from Manchester United to Bolton Wanderers don't happen.
Dougie Freedman is set to free up some wages while getting at least one player some on-loan experience. According to both Bolton Wanderers and Rotherham United, young and tall Trotters striker, Tom Eaves, will go out on loan.
Despite the fact that the window's final day was so uneventful, Bolton's summer as a whole was not. From the end of the season to today, the Trotters brought in nine players and sent another 13 away. These are the ins and the outs of Bolton's summer.
The Swans have completed the signing of that one striker, bringing in Getafe's Alvaro Vazquez on a season-long loan deal (with a reported £1 million fee just to loan the player, via the Daily Mail)
Over the weekend, Brighton & Hove Albion signed Keith Andrews on a year-long loan. This loan wasn't about getting the player experience or anything like that, it was simply about getting the out-of-favor midfielder off the books. He wasn't too happy.
After it was announced yesterday that Marvin Sordell would be loaned out to fellow Championship side Charlton many fans were left confused and unsure. This is a look at Dougie’s reasoning and why this loan could benefit the whole squad.