Leyton Orient have withdrawn a two-year contract offer for experienced midfielder Kevin Nolan after he took too long to make a decision about his future, according to HITC Sport.
The League Two side had been interested in securing the ex-West Ham United man after he had trained with Ian Hendon’s side. However, after taking too long to make a decision, Nolan will now have to look elsewhere to find a club after mutually terminating his contract at West Ham in August.
The former Bolton and Newcastle midfielder was surprisingly considering a move from the Premier League to the fourth-tier of English football, however, with interest from the Championship becoming more prominent, it appears that he will not be moving to League Two.
Both Orient and Nolan will now have to look elsewhere after their potential agreement broke down. Cardiff City are now reportedly looking to poach the 33-year-old, in another attempt to bring the experienced midfielder to the Sky Bet Championship.
There’s no doubt that the midfielder still has talent and both Championship clubs will be hoping that they can secure the midfielder’s services.
However, Leyton Orient appear to have missed out on signing Nolan due to his indecisiveness about joining the League Two club.
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