Bolton Wanderers will be hoping they can hold their nerve in the race for promotion into League One this season.
The Trotters are currently sat third in the League Two table, and will be keen to get back to winning ways, after a recent defeat to relegation-threatened Grimsby Town.
Ian Evatt’s side are just a single point clear of fourth-placed Morecambe, and will be nervously looking over their shoulders heading into their final four matches of this year’s campaign.
It could be an interesting summer ahead at the University of Bolton Stadium, with some players potentially looking towards the exit door, even if the club are to win promotion back into the third-tier this term.
We take a look at TWO Bolton Wanderers players who you’d imagine will want to leave the club in the summer for pastures new.
Find out who they are, below…
The Bolton Wanderers midfielder signed for the club in September 2020, and has gone on to make 20 appearances in total for the Trotters.
Tutte has previously been on the books with the likes of Bury and Morecambe in the past, and has been a solid option to have in midfield for Ian Evatt, and he’ll be eager to play his part in the club’s bid for promotion into League One this term.
But he has found regular game time hard to come by since the turn of the New Year, which could hint that his future lies elsewhere, with his current contract being set to expire in the summer.
Tutte could be tempted to find a new club in search of regular game time, as it wouldn’t come as a surprise to see Bolton look to strengthen their squad in the future, especially if they win promotion into League One.
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The 28-year-old signed for Bolton in September 2020, in what was his second spell with the club, having previously played for their academy earlier in his career.
Gnahoua has been with the likes of Carlisle United and Shrewsbury Town earlier in his career, but made the move to the University of Bolton Stadium in the early stages of the 2020/21 season.
He has struggled for consistent minutes in League Two though, with Gnahoua making just six league starts for Ian Evatt’s side so far this season.
With his contract being set to expire at the end of the 2020/21 season, Gnahoua could be heading for the exit door in the summer.