BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Josh Magennis has completed his move from Charlton Athletic to Bolton Wanderers.
The Northern Ireland international has signed a two-year contract with the Championship side.
Magennis told Bolton’s official website: “It’s a massive move for myself and when I found out about the club’s initial interest, I was itching to get here.
“I’m absolutely delighted to be a Bolton Wanderers player though and hopefully we can make this season a successful one.”
Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson added: “I’ve been looking to add to our strike force and I’m delighted to have brought in Josh.
“He’s got a real desire and hunger, and I’m looking forward to working with him.”
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