Bolton Loanees Return to Parent Clubs

  • May 04, 2014 | By Chris Mann
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Bolton loanees Lukas Jutkiewicz, Neil Danns, Alan Hutton, Liam Trotter and Andy Robinson have all returned to their parent clubs.

All five of their deals came to an end following Saturday's 2-2 draw with Birmingham City and they return to their respective clubs with their futures a topic of hot debate among Wanderers supporters.

Danns will return to the Reebok Stadium on July 1, after agreeing to sign a permanent contract at the club, while Trotter is expected to complete a free transfer from Millwall later in the summer.

Jutkiewicz, who netted seven times in 20 games for Bolton, will reportedly cost £2million to sign permanently, a fee which may be beyond the reach of the club, while Alan Hutton is expected to see out the final year of his contract at Aston Villa, although he is likely to depart on loan again next season.

Robinson, meanwhile, featured for Bolton's under-21 side and could become a target for Dougie Freedman, who is trying to improve the development side of the club as he prepares for the future.

The futures of more Wanderers players will be clarified on Monday, when the club announce their annual retained list. Zat Knight, Chris Eagles, Tyrone Mears, Stuart Holden, Andre Moritz and Arran Lee-Barrett are all out of contract, while development squad goalkeeper Jay Lynch has already confirmed his release on Twitter.

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