Sabtu, 07 Januari 2012

Coyle unsure if Cahill has played last game for Bolton

Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has admitted Gary Cahill might have played his last game for the club, after the defender was left out of the squad for Saturday's FA Cup match against Macclesfield.

The Trotters were held to a 2-2 draw in their third round clash, and after the game Coyle was asked about the future of Cahill - who has been in negotiations with Chelsea about a move for over a week.

The two parties are believed to be in dispute over Cahill's potential wages, but Coyle doesn't know whether he will play for the club again. Bolton's next match is against Manchester United on Saturday.

"I'm not a party to the talks but if they conclude it then he won't [play for the club again], and if they don't then he will - it's very simple," Coyle noted. "We as a club have agreed a fee with Chelsea.

"I said to Gary and his representative to conclude that with Chelsea - if they do then great and if they don't he's a Bolton Wanderers player.''

Manchester United and Tottenham have also been linked with late bids for the England international, but Chelsea remain in the driving seat.

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