The Daily Mail are linking managerless Bolton with a move for Eskisehirspor’s Bosnian defender Safet Nadarevic to help the Premiership strugglers avoid their relegation woes. 29-year-old Nadarevic has made 13 appearances for Bosnia and has been playing in Turkey since 2008 when he joined Eskisehirspor from Croatian side NK Zagreb.
Bolton are in want of defenders, with only Gary Cahill having looked good enough this season, and they are lining up targets now for their future manager – who is widely expected to be Burnley boss Owen Coyle. Nadarevic has been lined up and a move could be secured soon, the player revealed
“My manager told me that next Monday I should travel to England to have a conversation with Bolton. But of course I do not want to jump to any conclusions, even if a deal does seem quite close. I will only be happy when the deal becomes official. The Premier League is a dream of every player in the world and if I could play there, it would be a dream come true for me.”
Nadarevic, who has played sparingly for Eskisehirspor during his time with them, has also been linked with a move to Stoke City although Bolton are believed to be closer to capturing his signature.
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