By IVES GALARCEP
Stuart Holden has struggled for playing time at Bolton since returning from injury, but the Trotters are prepared to set Holden up with a move that could help him get back on the field.
The Bolton News is reporting that Bolton is preparing to send Holden on a short-term loan move to Sheffield Wednesday. (UPDATE: Bolton have confirmed the loan deal on their Twitter account, with the loan lasting through April 24. “This is the best move for Stuart. We had a good chat and I informed him that we want him with us next season,” manager Dougie Freedman said on Bolton’s Twitter account.)
Holden hasn’t played in a month for Bolton, and a move to Sheffield Wednesday could allow him get playing time in the middle of a race to avoid relegation. Sheffield Wednesday is currently a point out of the relegation zone in the English League Championship.
Holden is in the final year of his deal with Bolton, and is reportedly in contract talks with the Trotters.
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