On-loan goalkeeper Ben Amos expects to leave Manchester United in the summer when his contract expires.
It looks like David Wheater is finished for the season with a hamstring injury, as is Kevin McNaughton with a fractured leg. Neil Lennon has wasted little time in finding cover, bringing Crystal Palace man Paddy McCarthy to the club on a loan deal.
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Adam Bogdan is out injured for up to two months, and Bolton Wanderers are a little light on coverage in goal. But that's no problem a lumbering Irishman can't solve.
Crystal Palace were rumored to be letting Owen Garvan leave on loan, and the Macron was the likely destination. All was confirmed last night.
Striker Tom Youngs has signed his first professional contract, penning a two-year deal with the club.
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.
A new report from the Mirror suggests that the Bolton boss is about to make a big splash in the loan market by bringing in Manchester United new boy / outcast / not David Moyes' favorite, Wilfried Zaha, for at least one month.
With the news that Bolton Wanderers are bringing Millwall winger Liam Feeney in comes a second signing in Cardiff City defender Kevin McNaughton. He is very much a player in the style of Alex Baptiste in that he is a very versatile defender.
Fans had hoped that West Brom would be happy to let Craig Dawson continue his development with the Trotters or that they would let the dynamic Berahino come over on loan to bolster Bolton's attacks but at the moment, that is not happening.
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.