Date: 30th January 2014 at 6:47pm
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Manager Ian Holloway has said ultimately the ball in now in Bolton Wanderers’ court when it comes to their interest in midfielder Liam Trotter.

Bolton manager Dougie Freedman has reportedly already made contact with the club over potentially signing Trotter who becomes a free agent in the summer, and Holloway explained to News Shopper that if the midfielder won’t sign a new deal at Millwall then ultimately he will have to look towards moving him on so we secure a fee for him instead of losing him for nothing.

‘If we can’t give him something he will sign, I might have to maximise that and move him out. Bolton might be interested, we’ve spoken to them and the ball is in their court at the moment.’

A new deal for Trotter from the club does remain on the table, but we certainly don’t want to lose him for nothing in the summer if we can help, but it’s down to the player ultimately isn’t it.

As for potential players incoming, Millwall have been linked with Simeon Jackson and Ed Upson recently, but Holloway wasn’t going to get drawn into talking about another clubs player, but he did confirm that he was still hoping to so some business this window…but that depends on how negotiations go and he doesn’t rule out further players leaving either.

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