The duo join both clubs on loan until the end of the season
Bolton Wanderers have completed the loan signing of Manchester United defender Saidy Janko, with Andy Kellett heading in the opposite direction.
Janko and Kellett will now both be on loan at their temporary clubs until the end of the 2014/15 season.
Switzerland youth international Janko, who is also eligible to play for Gambia, signed for the Red Devils from FC Zurich on summer transfer deadline day in 2013.
Equally capable of playing in defence or midfield down the right-hand side, the 19-year-old was named United’s Reserve Player of the Year last season, while he made his first team debut for the club earlier this year as they exited the Capital One Cup at the hands of MK Dons.
Meanwhile, Kellett signs for Manchester United having recently returned to Macron Stadium following a three-month loan stint at Plymouth Argyle.
The defender made 15 appearances, scoring one goal, during his time at the League Two side, before starting for Wanderers last month in the away defeat at Rotherham United.
A product of the club’s academy, Kellett has made four senior appearances for the Whites to date.
Regular updates of Andy’s progress at Old Trafford will be published in our loan watch series.