Bolton set sights on David Wheater over fears Gary Cahill will leave in January

07 January 2011 03:09
Bolton have made an inquiry for Middlesbrough defender David Wheater as they brace themselves for offers from Liverpool and Chelsea for Gary Cahill.

The 23-year-old  Middlesbrough defender has attracted interest from Wolves, Everton, Aston Villa and Stoke.

Manager Owen Coyle has confirmed a request to take Arsenal striker Carlos Vela on loan. Arsenal are receptive with Vela's other suitors, Valencia and Espanyol, keen to buy the 21-year-old. Arsenal's Gilles Sunu is also wanted on loan by Saint Etienne.

Wanted: Wheater (left) is wanted by a host of clubs

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