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Bolton add four new faces

Bolton Wanderers had a busy transfer deadline day as they added four new players to their squad and saw Gary Madine depart.

The Trotters - City's opponents in the Sky Bet Championship on Friday night (8pm kick-off) - brought in a total of six new faces to the Macron Stadium over the course of the month, alongside three departures.

These included the transfer of their top goalscorer Madine to Cardiff City, for an undisclosed fee on deadline day.

INS AND OUTS AT BOLTON IN JANUARY

In

  • Antonee Robinson (On loan from Everton)
  • Harry Charlsey (On loan from Everton)
  • Tyler Walker (On loan from Nottingham Forest)
  • Reece Burke (On loan from West Ham United)
  • Jon Flanagan (On loan from Liverpool)
  • Zach Clough (On loan from Nottingham Forest)

Out

  • Adam Armstrong (Loan return to Newcastle United)
  • Josh Cullen (Loan return to West Ham United)
  • Gary Madine (Undisclosed fee to Cardiff City)

Deadline day saw contracts mutually terminated or new players loaned out from BS3.

Diego De Girolamo and Ivan Lucic have both left the club.

Tin Plavotic has been loaned to Barnet with Jake Andrews heading for Cheltenham Town for the rest of the season.

Scott Golbourne has returned to MK Dons to continue his recovery from injury, where he could feature in the latter stages of the campaign.

CITY’S LOAN STARS

  • Zak Vyner (Plymouth Argyle)
  • Scott Golbourne (MK Dons)
  • Tin Plavotic (Barnet)
  • Taylor Moore (Cheltenham Town)
  • Joe Morrell (Cheltenham Town)
  • Jake Andrews (Cheltenham Town)
  • Shawn McCoulsky (Newport County)
  • George Dowling (Torquay United)
  • Connor Lemonheigh-Evans (Torquay United)
  • Jonny Smith (AFC Fylde)
  • Aaron Parsons (Weston-super-Mare)
  • Ashley Harper (Weston-super-Mare)
  • Max O'Leary (Solihull Moors)
  • Opi Edwards (Solihull Moors)
  • Antoine Semenyo (Bath City)
  • James Morton (Bath City)
  • Kel Akpobire (Guernsey FC)
  • Cameron Pring (Hereford FC)
  • Denis Begovic (Farnborough FC)
  • Lochlan Robertson (Cribbs FC)
  • Josh Mortimore (Cribbs FC)

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