But the Trotters' financial problems, including a B#2.2 debt to the tax man, meant they had to refuse the former Newcastle man's offer.Impressive Diacouraga followed his goal with an early second half caution for bringing down Preston target Liam Feeney but Leeds remained on top.Giuseppe Bellusci came forward from the back to take a free kick nearly 40 yards out that had Amos anxiously pushing the ball over the top of his crossbar.Lennon tried to change Wanderers' fortunes after 67 minutes taking off Arsenal loanee, Wellington Silva and Mark Davies for Kalyne Woolery and Jay SpearingMadine then shot shot straight at Marco Silvestri after 70 minutes in a rare home attack.Scott Wootton joined the attack to fire high from a good position as Leeds sought a third goal to kill the tie.Skipper Pratley, strangely subdued from recent displays, saw a goal bound effort blocked by Bellusci at the expense of a corner.But the captain came up with his latest goal 10 minutes from time to give the Trotters' hope
Madine then struck the woodwork with Leeds rattled.Bolton's cash flow problems eased before kick-off as the club announced a "second commercial transaction" with PBP Ltd.In a statement the club said the agreement "provides much-needed short term funding, extends and progresses the long leasehold interests and joint venture development concept over the Macron Stadium North Car Parks that the parties had first entered into last year."PBP and the club now intend to bring forward detailed development proposals later in the spring, although the whole project is expected to take a number of years."The club had previously been in advanced discussions with Middlebrook Business Park Limited, but ultimately a deal could not be concluded."
Source : PA