Manchester United target Gary Cahill set for Bolton talks

07 May 2010 04:52
Bolton manager Owen Coyle will sit down with defender Gary Cahill before the summer break and outline his vision for the future.   [LNB]The Wanderers boss hopes to keep hold of his prized asset but admitted he would not stand in his way if a big club tables an 'unbelievable £30million offer'. [LNB]Manchester United are known admirers while Liverpool were linked with Cahill last year.[LNB]Coyle will speak to the 24-year-old, as he will other members of his squad, to spell out exactly where he sees their - and the club's - future.   [LNB] Hitting the heights: Cahill (top) has caught the eye of the Premier League big guns[LNB]The Scot hopes it will be enough to persuade Cahill, whom he believes should be in Fabio Capello's World Cup squad, not to start thinking about a move away.   [LNB]'There is no doubt he is unbelievable player and a prized asset,' said Coyle. 'People will say I am biased but I look around and he is good enough to be in the England squad.   [LNB]'For such a young age, and him being the top-scoring English centre-back in the country with pace and power, I don't want to lose him.   [LNB]'I want Gary to help build on where we are. But I accept if someone comes in with an unbelievable £30m offer then we couldn't stand in his way.   [LNB]  'It would be the right thing for the club and the right thing for Gary. But my plan is to keep Gary here along with the rest of the ones I want at a football club and try to build a team.   [LNB]'Most of them know my mind because I speak to them collectively and individually on a daily basis.   [LNB]'I like to do that at the end of the season; sit down with them individually and say "Listen, how do you think the season went? This is where I feel you are, I think you can improve here and there and this is our plans for looking ahead".   [LNB]'It is a natural thing to do, before they go away on their break and recharge their batteries, so they know the mindset I want them to come back with.   [LNB]'It is fair to say over the next few days we will be sitting down with them.'[LNB]Despite reports of a summer clear-out, Coyle insists every player has a part to play next season and he dismissed suggestions Sunday's match at home to Birmingham could be the last for a number of his squad.   [LNB]'I'd be very surprised to say it was someone's last game at Bolton,' he added. 'The players have been terrific. That (playing their last game) is not something I have even thought about.'[LNB] BOLTON v Birmingham: Fully recovered Stuart Holden to make squadBolton v BIRMINGHAM: Skipper Stephen Carr to replace Stuart ParnabyALL THE WEEKEND BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TEAM NEWSBOLTON WANDERERS FC

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