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Bolton join race for Ghana AFCON star Albert Adomah

Posted On Tuesday, 29th January 2013
English side Bolton Wanderers have joined the race for the signature of Ghana international winger Albert Adomah from Bristol City.

Ghana star Albert Adomah is being chased by two club in England

English side Bolton Wanderers have joined the race for the signature of Ghana international winger Albert Adomah from Bristol City.

The 25-year-old winger is already wanted by Championship promotion contenders Crystal Palace, who have had two bids turned down since last Thursday.

Trotters boss Dougie Freeedman is keen to bolster his side’s attacking options and is ready to make a move for Ghana international Adomah in the next 48 hours.

There has already been contact between Bolton representatives and Adomah’s agent, Tony Finningan, who is keeping the player informed of events while he represents Ghana at the African Cup of Nations in South Africa.

Although the Lancashire club has yet to make a formal bid, Bristol City directors will be hoping their interest sparks a bidding war in the run-up to Thursday’s 11pm deadline.

Palace have had offers of £1m and £1.5m turned down and have been told to improve their offer if they want to sign Adomah during this window.

City have sensibly refused  to put  a price on the winger’s head, but The Post has reported that any offer that guarantees a down-payment of £2m will test their resolve.

Palace have cash to spend after receiving £10m up front for the sale of Zaha to Premier League leaders Manchester United and City chairman Keith Dawe and football managing director Jon Lansdown are prepared to play hard ball as they seek the best possible price for their major asset.

Bolton’s interest is sure ramp up the pressure on Palace and hasten a third offer, while the Trotters will know they have to better anything the London club has offered so far even to bring City to the negotiating table.

Striker Craig Davies remains the only permanent signing to arrive at The Reebok Stadium this month and Freedman has made public his desire to recruit another two players before the deadline.

One of those is Hamilton Academicals utility player Gary Fraser and the other could now be Adomah, who has 18 months to run on his Ashton Gate contract.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. IYKE says:

    Nice one bruv! I wish you all the best and keep shinning. dnt let it get to ur had like Asamoah Gyan’s tho. i woud of gone to Bolton if i was u tho. Anyways, ur manager knows wat’s best for u and am sure will pull off the best offer by deadline. Cheers mate!

  2. have a look says:

    I quite like reading an article that will make men and women think. Also, thanks for permitting me to comment.





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