Bolton Wanderers Linked To Wilfried Zaha

Bolton Wanderers are in desperate need of reinforcements after a rough half-season has seen them look worryingly close to relegation. They've already replaced Chelsea-bound Gary Cahill with MLS defender Tim Ream, and were reportedly on the verge of acquiring the Philadelphia Union's Sebastian Le Toux only to turn him down following a trial. That doesn't mean they're not looking for attacking help, however - rumours are swirling that their sights are now set on Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha.

Zaha is one of England's more exciting young attacking talents, and he's been linked with a move away from the Championship for some time now. It's not entirely clear that Bolton would be a great fit for him, however - Zaha's game is still inconsistent and they're not going to be able to give the 19-year-old the time he needs to develop if results keep going badly. Still, this sounds like the first salvo of general Zaha-to-the-Premier-League rumours, so it's something to keep an eye on.

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