Bolton Wanderers eyeing Manchester City winger

Manchester City winger, Shaun Wright-Phillips, could be on his way to the Reebok stadium after Bolton manager, Owen Coyle, was hit with the news that Chung-Yong Lee faces a minimum of nine months on the sidelines.

Lee suffered a double fracture against Newport County on the weekend, after a crunching tackle by Tom Miller saw the winger sent straight to a South Wales hospital.

Wright-Phillips has seen this amount of first-team football limited over the past two seasons, but the short-distance move to the Trotters could be the right choice for the 29 year-old.

Vladmir Weiss is another Manchester City wideman that Coyle sees as a replacement for his injured South Korean.

Wright-Phillips’ wages are proving a stumbling block for the England international’s move, but should he take a cut, a move could follow swiftly.

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