Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper Remi Matthews is attracting interest from Hull City, Charlton Athletic and Ipswich Town, according to Press Association journalist Nick Mashiter.
The 25-year-old cemented his place in Phil Parkinson’s side in the second half of last season, but he couldn’t prevent Bolton from dropping down to League One.
Matthews is one of the few Bolton players to still be under contract at the club, but he now looks set to depart before his contract expires next summer with a trio of clubs interested.
The former Norwich stopper arrived at the Trotters on loan last summer, and he then signed up on a permanent deal in January having failed to make a senior appearance for the Canaries.
Matthews made a total of 20 appearances for Bolton last season, and he kept two clean sheets during a testing period for the club.
Bolton are now set to start next season with a points deduction after going into administration, and this could mean that the Trotters’ squad has a fresh look next season.
It would be no surprise to see Matthews move on, especially seeing as he will be able to get better job security at any of the three clubs mentioned.
However, he would need to work hard to gain a starting place at these sides, whereas he would be first choice at Bolton.
This means he does face a difficult decision, but he will surely want to test himself at the highest level possible.