Nigeria striker Victor Anichebe has rejected a loan deal to Bolton Wanderers as he opted to stay put and fight for a place at West Brom...
Nigeria striker Victor Anichebe has rejected a loan deal to Bolton Wanderers as he opted to stay put and fight for a place at West Brom.
The English Championship team enquired about the Beijing 2008 Olympic silver medalist, but were told that the former Everton striker wants to stay at ‘The Hawthorns’.
Bolton's manager Neil Lennon admitting attacking reinforcements are an absolute must ahead of ‘The Seagulls’ visit to the Macron Stadium on Saturday.
“We simply don’t have enough options with Emile Heskey and Zach Clough out injured,” he said. “We’re trying our hardest to get something sorted but it isn’t as easy as you’d think sometimes.”
Anichebe has played just a league game for ‘The Baggies’ this season as a 74th minute substitute for Rickie Lambert in 3-0 home loss to Manchester City on August 10.