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Bolton deny talks with Glenn Murray

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Bolton Wanderers have denied holding talks with Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray, according to The Croydon Advertiser.

Rumours had circulated over the weekend or so that Dougie Freedman was planning a bid within the region of £1 million for the striker, something which according to the paper, the club have since denied.

Bolton have been linked with Glenn Murray in recent days

Bolton have been linked with Glenn Murray in recent days

A potential move would reunite Murray with his former manager at Palace, Dougie Freedman, with Freedman keen to bring in a forward before Bolton’s opening game of the season away at Watford on 9th August.

Murray enjoyed a prolific 2012/13 campaign, as he scored 30 goals in the Championship as Palace gained promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs.

However he endured a tough spell in the clubs first Premier League campaign, appearing fourteen times as he suffered from a cruciate ligament injury which kept him out for most of the Eagles successful season, as Tony Pulis guided Palace to a superb 11th placed finish.

Murray’s wife, Stacey has also laughed off rumours of her husband signing for Bolton, and she Tweeted last night:

“Bolton? Where do people pluck these rumours from?”



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