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Bolton Wanderers: Bulykin in Bolton talks

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posted on Nov, 28 2004 @ 04:29 AM
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Russian star Dmitri Bulykin has stated that he has held talks with Bolton Wanderers.

The highly rated forward has been the target of a number of English clubs in the past few months, with Everton seemingly leading the chase.

The Toffees held talks with Bulykin in January, but a move was put on ice as the 25-year-old would not have gained a work-permit at that point.

Bulykin, who only broke into the full Russian squad in 2003 after finding his feet at Dinamo Moscow, would not meet the criteria to play in The Premiership.

Portsmouth, Chelsea and Middlesbrough have also shown an interest in the past, but now Sam Allardyce is looking to beat his rivals to the punch.

The giant Bulykin has always indicated he would like a move to England and now a transfer in January is looking increasingly likely.

Skysports




posted on Dec, 10 2004 @ 12:08 PM
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big sam admits his interest and explains it will only be a loan deal if it happens


Bolton boss Sam Allardyce has again confirmed his interest in signing Russian striker Dmitri Bulykin.

Bolton have already held talks with Bulykin, who is keen on making the move to England.

The 25-year-old has previously been close to Everton - but now Bolton look set to wrap up a deal, however a move is dependant on Dinamo Moscow's demands.


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[Edited on 12/10/04 by rynaldo82]



posted on Dec, 18 2004 @ 05:05 PM
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the deal aint quite complete yet but its looking like something will be struck


"The information that Dmitri Bulykin has signed a contract with Bolton isn't true," spokesman Alexander Lvov told Novosti.

"We've received no official documents from Bolton.

"Dmitri has said that Bolton were going to sign him right now, but there are some problems at the moment."



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