Championship side Bolton Wanderers are considering a move for former Bristol City centre-back Liam Fontaine, according to Sky Sports.
The 28 year-old left Ashton Gate in the summer following eight years at the club, spending six seasons in the second tier with the Robins before relegation in 2013.
He was also part of the promotion-winning side from League One in 2007, before falling agonisingly short of securing back-to-back promotions when they lost to Hull in the Play-off final twelve months later.
He has spent time on loan at Scottish side Kilmarnock and Yeovil Town, appearing for the latter five times last season in a loan spell lasting until January.
It is believed that the former Fulham man is training with Dougie Freedman’s team, in a bid to impress and earn a deal with the Championship outfit.
Bolton begin their Championship campaign with a trip to Watford on August 9, whilst Bristol City’s second season in League One following relegation from the second tier in 2013 starts away at Sheffield United.