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Charlton Athletic are set to seal a deal for Bolton's England Under-21 striker Marvin Sordell.

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Marvin Sordell: Close to Charlton move

Marvin Sordell: Close to Charlton move

The 22-year-old joined Bolton from Watford for over £3million 18 months ago, but he is now set for a return south with a move to The Valley,

Sky Sports understands that Charlton have agreed a loan deal for Sordell, who should be signed in time to make his debut against Bournemouth - who coincidentally also showed interest in landing the striker.

With Sordell leaving, Bolton are also making moves and they have concluded a deal for Brazilian midfielder Andre Moritz.

The former Crystal Palace man was a free agent, and had been interesting Celtic, but the 26-year-old has now signed a deal with Dougie Freedman's Wanderers.

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