Danns rejoins Bolton on loan

Bolton have re-signed midfielder Neil Danns on loan for the rest of the season from Leicester City.

Last Updated: 03/01/14 at 13:56 Post Comment

Neil Danns: Leicester midfielder has rejoined Bolton

Neil Danns: Leicester midfielder has rejoined Bolton

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Danns scored four goals in 13 appearances in a three-month loan spell with the Trotters before returning to the King Power Stadium on December 27.

However, the former Crystal Palace player has now been reunited with Dougie Freedman again.

The 31-year-old will be eligible for selection for Bolton in all competitions, including the weekend's FA Cup match against Blackpool and any potential play-off games.

The only game he will definitely miss will be the visit of his parent club Leicester City to the Reebok Stadium on Tuesday 22 April.

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