Nottingham Forest have loaned Tyler Walker out to Bolton Wanderers, according to the Bolton News.
Forest have allowed the 21 year-old to join their fellow Championship side on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Aitor Karanka’s side have had a very busy day today and are expected to be working hard in bringing a number of new faces to the club before the transfer window slams shut at 11pm. Tyler Walker’s departure has paved the way for some players to come in.
Forest have already signed Costil Pantillimon and Ashkan Dejagah so far today. They are now hopeful of concluding deals for Newcastle United’s Jack Colback, Hull City’s Michael Dawson, Cardiff City’s Lee Tomlin and Middlesbrough’s Adlene Guedioura in what is lined up to be an exciting night for Forest fans.
Walker has gone out on loan and this could spark the string of new signings. The son of former England defender Des Walker has moved to Bolton to gain some more first-team experience.
Bolton will be hoping that Tyler Walker can come in and score some goals for them to help them stay in the Championship this season.
Since making his debut in 2014, Walker has played 33 times for Nottingham Forest. He has also gained plenty of game time during various loan spells. He has had stints at Burton Albion, Stevenage and Port Vale. Signing for Bolton Wanderers is a great move for him and a huge opportunity for him to get his name out there.