BWFC: Transfer Story III and IV
In the phonetic-styling of Chandler Bing… Could there be any more transfer rumours?
With all these 'incomings` at the Reebok being talked about as possibilities- considering finances as they are, now driven by FIFA`s FFP coming into effect- Whites` supporters were asking, what 'outgoing` mutterings were in the pipeline. Well, now it would seem, Blackpool are weighing up a double loan move for Bolton duo Keith Andrews and Matt Mills.
The news of Andrews and Mills leaving the Reebok this season, even to Championship rivals, Blackpool will neither come as a shock or disappointment. Both Andrews and Mills moved to the Reebok Stadium last summer from West Bromwich Albion and Leicester City, respectively, but missed the second half of last season with injuries. When the pair did make the playing surface, either together or individually, they failed to endeavour or endear in equal measures.
Seasiders boss Paul Ince has previously worked with Andrews at MK Dons and Blackburn Rovers and as an added bonus, he is willing to pay the majority of Mills' wage, which had earlier sunk the move to Leeds United.
Wanderers boss Dougie Freedman is understood to be willing to let both players leave in order to free up additional wage funds for potential new signings.
I`m sure Wanderers` supporters have their own list of names they`d prefer to see make-way this summer, to make room for new faces. I also suspect Keith Andrews and Matt Mills are two names which feature heavily on that list.