With the club beset with off the field issues, including the fact the club is up for sale plus players and staff still waiting for their February wages, it is no great surprise that Bolton Wanderers players may well be looking for a move away.
For centre-half Mark Beevers the failure of the club to pay the wages on time has forced him to make contact with clubs in the MLS over a potential move, with DC United and Orlando a possible destination for the 29-year-old, according to the Sun on Sunday (March 4th, Page 61).
So with Beevers looking for a move, should the Trotters sell him?
“No, but they might have to.
“Look at the cash they’ve got, they need a boost.
“If they go down, he’s too good for League One anyway.
“They’ll not have a choice.”
“They may not have a choice, even with new owners.
“The defender has had to endure what has been thrown his way; much have all the other players.
“If a deal was good enough – you could see him heading out to the USA or Canada.”
“They need to keep hold of him.
“With Bolton looking like they are destined for relegation this season, they need experienced players to aid their promotion bid in next year’s campaign.
“But if their financial issues continue, they might have to cash in.”