Coyle: Still no Cahill movement

04 July 2011 11:39
Owen Coyle says there has been "nothing concrete" regarding bids for Gary Cahill but admits clubs have "noted an interest" in the Bolton star.[LNB] Cahill has established himself as one of the Premier League's best centre-halves over the past couple of seasons and has been rewarded with England honours.[LNB]He has been linked with a summer move away from the Reebok Stadium and the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are all rumoured to be admirers.[LNB]However, Coyle insists the former Aston Villa youngster remains a Bolton player and feels Cahill may be getting frustrated by the constant rumours about his future.[LNB]"Gary has been the subject of speculation every day, probably to the point he is frustrated by it," said the Bolton boss.[LNB]"I have been very open. Some of the elite clubs in this country have noted their interest.[LNB]"But there has been nothing concrete. Until that changes, Gary is a Bolton player."[LNB]Meanwhile, Coyle is on the hunt for at least one more striker given Johan Elmander and Daniel Sturridge have both departed this summer.[LNB]Shaun Wright-Phillips and Robbie Keane are both believed to be on Bolton's radar, although Coyle claims there is nothing to report.[LNB]He added: "We have been trying to bring one or two in, and we will continue to do that."

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