Zach Clough makes Nottingham Forest switch

Academy graduate moves to The City Ground on a permanent transfer

Bolton Wanderers can confirm that Zach Clough has joined Nottingham Forest for an undisclosed fee.

The 21-year-old has been on the books of the Club since the age of eight and having risen up through the academy ranks, was handed his first professional deal back in April 2013.

Going on to make his debut against Wigan Athletic in the Emirates FA Cup in January 2015, the forward marked his senior bow with the winning goal against the Latics.

In total, he scored 22 times in 68 appearances in all competitions with his last effort for the Whites coming in Saturday’s clash with Charlton Athletic.

The youngster however has now made a permanent switch to The City Ground and will join up with them ahead of their home game against Aston Villa this coming weekend.

Everybody associated with Bolton Wanderers would like to thank Zach for his efforts during his time with the Club and wish him the very best in his future endeavours.

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