Petrov completes Espanyol switch

Martin Petrov has completed his move from Bolton to Primera Division outfit Espanyol, the Championship club have confirmed.

Last Updated: 17/01/13 at 18:41 Post Comment

Petrov: Exits Bolton for Espanyol

Petrov: Exits Bolton for Espanyol

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Martin Petrov has completed his move from Bolton to Primera Division outfit Espanyol, the npower Championship club have confirmed.

Wanderers boss Dougie Freedman revealed the Bulgaria winger was in talks with the Barcelona-based club earlier this week and those talks have been concluded successfully.

The terms of the 33-year-old's transfer are undisclosed at present.

Petrov previously played in Spain for Atletico Madrid before his move to Manchester City in summer 2007.

He failed to nail down a regular starting berth during his third season with the Trotters despite scoring three goals in 16 appearances.


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