Both Lee Chung Yong and Keith Andrews were both absent as the Bolton Wanderers squad flew out to Scandinavia for a three match pre-season tour, according to The Bolton News.
Lee has been handed extended leave by Bolton manager Dougie Freedman, having represented South Korea at this summer’s World Cup finals in Brazil.
The winger will link up with his team mates when Bolton report back from their tour of both Sweden and Denmark, on 21st July.
Lee has been the subject of interest from Hull City this summer, however no official bid has been made for the winger, who has spent five years at Bolton, having signed from FC Seol in the summer of 2009.
Meanwhile, Keith Andrews is all set to find out his future in the coming days, with the Republic of Ireland international all set to sign for Sheffield Wednesday.
Andrews has reportedly been offered a two year deal at the Hillsbrough club, with the 33 year old keen to settle a financial dispute with Bolton, before completing his move to Wednesday.
The midfielder was left out of the travelling party all together, having become frozen out of Dougie Freedman’s squad last summer, which ultimately saw Andrews spend a season long loan at Brighton and Hove Albion.
Relations don’t seem to have improved, with both parties looking to swiftly get the deal through.
Young striker Thomas Eaves looks like he is heading out of the club on a permanent basis, with Coventry City set to sign the 22 year old.
The striker signed from Oldham Athletic in the summer of 2010, however he has failed to make an impact at Bolton, spending most of his time out on loan at Shropshire based side Shrewsbury Town.