Date: 28th June 2016 at 8:50pm
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Tyler Garratt has left Bolton Wanderers, to join League Two side Doncaster Rovers for £25,000 compensation.

Garratt made his Wanderers bow at the end of last season, coming off the bench against Cardiff City, then starting in the final two games against Hull and Fulham.

He impressed in all three appearances and had been offered a contract to stay at the Macron this season, but he has turned that down to play in South Yorkshire.

Although there is still no word on whether the transfer embargo has been lifted yet, the Bolton News has still reported that the club are looking at three trialists, who could all feature in Saturday’s opening pre-season friendly at Atherton Colls.

Jonathan Kindermans, a Belgian winger currently at RKC Waalwijk in the Dutch second tier, will be joined by Romanian Constantin Sandu, a Juventus academy product who has been training in Qatar of late, and Jarvis Nutt, who had been watched by Crystal Palace.

In ‘upstairsy’ news, Paul Aldridge, a former chief executive of Sheffield Wednesday has joined the club on a consultancy basis.

Dean Holdsworth has become director of football, which was a role he quite frankly seemed to be fulfilling more than a conventional CEO role in the first place.


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