Bolton Wanderers manager Dougie Freedman is turning his intentions back to Crewe striker Max Clayton and is also interested in signing free-agent Paddy Kenny, according to the Sun Newspaper.
Max Clayton who was on Bolton’s radar throughout the summer but failed to capture the 20 year old. The youngster trained with Wolves and Premier League side Sunderland but couldn’t impress enough to sign.
Clayton attracted interest abroad, from Danish club Midtjylland. Freedman has clearly made the Crewe starlet as his prime target and it is understood that The Trotters have agreed a fee of £300,000, according to the Sun.
Goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is also a target for Bolton. The experienced 36 year old was released by Leeds United in the summer, and is looking for a new club.