Defender set to join Wanderers following conclusion of his deal at The Valley
Bolton Wanderers will sign Dorian Dervite when his current contract at Charlton Athletic expires this summer.
The French central defender’s current deal at The Valley will expire on June 30, before he will then link up with Bolton on a three-year deal ahead of pre-season.
Dervite will become Dougie Freedman’s fifth summer signing, following on from Neil Danns, Liam Trotter, Liam Feeney and Andy Robinson's confirmed moves.
The 25-year-old has been with Charlton for the last two seasons, during which time he has made 75 appearances and scored five goals.
Dervite started his professional career with Tottenham, before leaving to sign for Spanish side Villarreal.
He has also represented France at every youth level through to the under-21s.