Middlesbrough, Wolves and Birmingham are in for Bolton star Zach Clough, according to the Daily Mail. 

The 20 year old prospect is in talks with Bristol City after Wanderers accepted a £2m bid for his services.

However, the striker is unsure whether the move is right for him and may be reluctant to sign.

Championship trio Middlesbrough, Wolves and Birmingham have now also made offers for Clough, which is key for Bolton as it increases the chances of them being able to sell him.

The club are poised to enter administration within 48 hours if they are not sold.

They are also selling Mark Davies to Sheffield Wednesday, whilst Wolves want defenders Dean Moxey and Dorian Dervite.

Staff have been warned that the club will go into administration this week, unless one of four interested buyers provide concrete evidence that they have the necessary funds to buy and run the club.

Wigan Athletic have also expressed an interest in Bolton’s training ground and the sale of the facility could raise £2.5m.

Bolton look destined to be relegated this season and lie four points adrift of safety at the bottom of The Championship.

They are also under a transfer embargo for the rest of the campaign.


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