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Bolton Wanderers are determined to do a summer deal for Swansea City loanee Declan John. This is according to the publication from the Manchester Evening News (MEN). Declan John is on loan at Bolton Wanderers from Welsh team Swansea City having joined them during the January transfer window. The left-back has impressed a great deal in the Bolton Wanderers colours since joining the club last month and he's on course to make a permanent move to the club.The good thing for both Declan John and Bolton Wanderers is that the player would be a free agent in the summer. The defender has a few months left on his current deal at parent club Swansea City meaning that Bolton Wanderers can snap him up on a free transfer this summer.

“Bolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt has been raving about the quality that Declan John has added to his team since his arrival during the January transfer window. In a recent interview monitored by British media outlet, the Bolton Wanderers manager said Declan John has made the left-back berth his own since he became a Bolton Wanderers player and that he has been able to fill the vacuum on the left side of his defence. Ian Evatt is hoping that the club would manage to keep him fit as he talked about the possibility of signing the 25-year-old defender on a long-term deal. The Bolton Wanderers boss hinted that the club is willing to sign Declan John when his loan contract at the club expires.

“Declan John started his career at Championship club Cardiff City. He played 52 times for the first team at Cardiff City. The left-sided defender also spent some time on loan at clubs like Rangers in Scotland and the English duo of Chesterfield and Barnsley. He joined Rangers on a permanent deal in December 2017 before he made his return to Wales with Swansea City in August 2018, where he penned a three-year deal until this summer. He has played just 14 times for Swansea City. John was sent on loan to League One team Sunderland throughout last season.