Sheffield Wednesday defender Liam Palmer is wanted by Bolton Wanderers, according to respected journalist Alan Nixon.
The Owls defender, who played a big part last season as Jack Hunt missed a big chunk of the campaign through injury, is expected to sign a new deal at Hillsborough but that is not putting off the Trotters, who are keen on signing the versatile Palmer.
Bolton manager Phil Parkinson is hoping to make some new additions this summer in what are hard times for the club at the moment, with the players currently striking due to reported unpaid wages at the club for the month of June.
This claim though has been denied by Ken Anderson, and it appears it will not detract the club from looking to make new signings this summer, with Palmer now a key target.
Palmer has divided opinion amongst Owls fans for a number of years now, with some praising his effort and commitment, while others have claimed he is not good enough to make an impact at the club in the long term.
However, with Jack Hunt signing for Bristol City this past week, Palmer could well become the regular right back for the Owls, and he might well be keen to cement his place at Hillsborough rather than move on.
Owls and Bolton fans, what do you think? Would Palmer be a good signing for the Trotters? Let us know your thoughts!
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