Five players return to their parent clubs after their respective loan deals at Bolton expire
Loan players Lukas Jutkiewicz, Liam Trotter, Alan Hutton, Neil Danns and Andy Robinson have returned to their parent clubs after their temporary deals expired.
Danns’ contract with Leicester City expires on June 30, before he will officially become a Bolton Wanderers player after a permanent deal was announced last month.
In two loan spells with Bolton this term, Danns made a total of 35 appearances, scoring six goals.
Jutkiewicz, who heads back to parent club Middlesbrough, netted seven goals in 20 appearances whilst Trotter, contracted to Millwall until the summer, scored one in 16 games for the club.
Hutton made nine appearances whilst on loan from Aston Villa, with Robinson featuring for the club’s under-21 side.
Bolton Wanderers would like to thank all of the players for their efforts this season.
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