Quartet Linked With Trotters Move

Last updated : 23 January 2004 By Mark Heys
Bolton Wanderers have been credited by various sources with an interest in four more players ahead of the closure of the transfer window next weekend.

Trotters boss Sam Allardyce is keen to add reinforcements to his squad which has been hit by injury and suspension to key players in recent weeks. A defender and midfielder are high on his list of priorities, however as yet the Wanderers manager has so far been unable to come up with the right player at the right price, this however doesn't stop the ongoing speculation by the media contingent who once again have listed Wanderers as a suited party for a number of players.

Lens defender Zoumana Camara, currently on loan to fellow Premiership side Leeds United is said to be a target of the Bolton manager providing he can reach an agreement to leave Elland Road. The centre-half was one of a number of players United caretaker manager Eddie Gray is keen to offload and despite the player refusing to end his loan agreement it would give Camara the chance to remain in the Premiership.

Former Bolton trialist and Nigerian international Taribo West is said to be a target of ourselves, Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers. West is set to leave Partizan Belgrade for a mere £100,000 and it is said that Allardyce could be tempted to renew his interest.

Le Mans striker Daniel Cousin has apparently been watched by the Wanderers following his performances for the French club this season. The 27-year old is set to command a nominal fee.

Guatemalan trialist Dwight Pizzarossi is the fourth name to be linked to the club. The 24-year old is said to have impressed the Bolton staff during his trial spell this week and are supposedly ready to offer a more permanent deal.