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Bolton Wanderers are tipped to sign Switzerland international Sebastien Roth in the summer.
The goalkeeper has been playing for Servette but the Swiss club have been made bankrupt, enabling the 26-year-old to become a free agent.
Roth has agreed a deal to join French Second Division outfit Lorient until the end of the season.
Sebastien Roth claims his arrival at Bolton Wanderers in the summer could depend on Jussi Jaaskelainen's situation at The Reebok Stadium.
Sam Allardyce is keen to keep Finnish number one Jaaskelainen although the keeper has attracted interest from a number of clubs with recent speculation indicating that sides in England and Italy are admirers of his talents.
Swiss shot-stopper Roth has already been on trial with Bolton but is currently on a short-term deal with Lorient.