Bolton Wanderers have failed to pay the wages of Norwich City loan players Remi Matthews and Yanic Wildschut, meaning they owe the Canaries a ‘sizable six-figure sum’.
That’s according to The Sun, with this latest revelation highlighting just how bad things are for the Lancashire club.
The news revealed on the same day that Forest Green Rovers owner Dale Vince hit out at the struggling Championship side for failing to meet payments on a deal for striker Christian Doidge.
The latest report explains how the Trotters have failed to meet the monthly payments owed to the Yellows for Matthews, who is on around £6k a week and has now returned to Carrow Road, and Wildschut, who is on double that.
As a result, the Championship high-flyers are ready to go to the Football League as they look to get the money owed from Bolton owner Ken Anderson.
This is the latest embarrassment for Wanderers on the financial front and it comes just a month after the club failed to pay the players on time.
Phil Parkinson’s side are currently in the relegation zone and three points from safety.
You have to feel sorry for the Bolton fans in all of this as it seems to be one story after another.
Clearly, there are major, major problems for the Trotters and it’s hard to see a positive way out for them at the moment.
It’s also not going to help anyone around the club as they look to survive in the Championship this season.
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