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Former Palace Man To Sign

The former Crystal Palace man 'poised to sign' isn't Jonathan Parr, as had been reported, it seems as though it will be Dean Moxey who is also a free agent.

Moxey, like Parr, played under Dougie Freedman at Crystal Palace with the Bolton News reporting that the 28-year-old had a medical with the club on Tuesday with a contract expected to be signed today.

Freedman was in the market for cover due to Marc Tierney still sidelined, apparently Parr was spoken with but terms couldn't be agreed with the Norwegian international but Moxey would prove a good signing as he has plenty of experience throughout the divisions and did play 20-games in the premier league last season.

One that might be unlikely to return now though is Joe Mason, apparently he is 'up for sale' at Cardiff City but Reading have expressed an interested but the former Bolton loanees asking price is though to be 1.5m.

Stuart Holden though should be 'on schedule' to join the Bolton squad this summer, his rehab from the latest knee injury suffered has gone well with him back on non-contract terms at the moment.

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Date:Wednesday July 2 2014

Time: 9:30AM

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Very good news that we have signed an experienced full-back to challenge Tierney whenever he is fit again. I seem to remember that the latter has a history of injuries, which is unfortunate, because he is a very good defender. However, I don't think the fans will be entirely satisfied or mildly confident, until DF brings in the strikers we all want and definitely need! And they certainly won't be free transfers!
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