According to a report from TEAMtalk, League One side Bolton Wanderers are leading the chase for free agent midfielder Graham Dorrans, who has been linked with a number of League One teams after his release from Scottish Premiership side Rangers.
Earlier this summer, experienced midfielder Graham Dorrans had his departure from Scottish Premiership side Rangers confirmed, with both the club and player coming to the decision that it would be best to terminate his contract and allow him to search for a new club.
Since then, Dorrans has been linked with a return to England with a number of League One clubs, while Scottish Premiership sides have also been linked. Portsmouth and Fleetwood Town have been said keen on the midfielder, while Kilmarnock have also been linked.
Now, however, it has been reported by TEAMtalk that Dorrans favours a move to Bolton Wanderers as he would like to join one of League One’s “bigger clubs”. Along with that factor, it is claimed that the former West Brom and Norwich City midfielder is intrigued by the opportunity to help rebuild Bolton after their chaotic summer.
Wanderers are still open to adding more players on free transfers to add more experience and quality to their squad which is still largely full of young players despite signing nine players on transfer deadline day.
Dorrans comes with plenty of Premier League and Football League experience and would be an impressive coup for a League One side. After spending the early stages of his career in his home country of Scotland with the likes of Livingston and Partick Thistle (loan), the midfielder joined West Brom in 2008.
He went on to play 189 times for the Baggies (26 goals and 32 assists) and went on to play for Norwich City (67 appearances, seven goals and three assists) and Rangers (23 appearances, five goals and four assists) after.