Bolton Wanderers have added some much-needed experience to their ranks on deadline day with the completion of winger Craig Noone’s signing, confirmed on the club’s official website.
The 29-year-old makes the switch from Cardiff City to the Macron Stadium, penning a two-year deal with Phil Parkinson’s team for an undisclosed fee.
Noone has opted to exit the Bluebirds having spent five years in the south of Wales; accumulating 160 appearances and netting on sixteen occasions during his time in Cardiff.
Prior to that, the influential wide-man had enjoyed a prolific spell at Brighton & Hove Albion where he racked up 59 games for the Seagulls prior to earning a move to the Bluebirds.
Craig Noone has become the eleventh man to become a Bolton player this summer upon the Trotters’ return to the Championship following a year in the depths of League One.
He joins fellow wingers Will Buckley and Sammy Ameobi at the Macron Stadium during this transfer window.
Phil Parkinson certainly adds pivotal experience to this Bolton Wanderers with the signing of Craig Noone, who I am optimistic will hit the ground running for the Trotters after the international break.
It’ll be a tough campaign for the club and this is definitely a step towards ensuring their safety in the Championship beyond this season.
Bolton supporters, is this a real coup for you this summer? Could Noone be the difference between safety and relegation? Are you satisfied with Phil Parkinson’s recruitment this window? Tell us your thoughts in the comment section below!