Bolton Wanderers have made an approach to take Millwall striker Jon Dadi Bodvarsson on loan.
The Icelandic international is out of contract at the end of this season and is completely out of the first-team picture in South London.
It is understood that there is another League One club also in the mix for the 29-year-old.
Bolton Wanderers manager Ian Evatt did not name Bodvarsson directly but said: “He’s away on international camp at the moment and we’re trying our best to get it done. It is a complicated because he is on a pretty big salary with his parent club.”
Bodvarsson turned down a move to a club in England’s third tier during the summer transfer window but is believed to be more receptive to a switch now.
He has played 18 minutes of football – in the EFL Cup – this season.
Bodvarsson scored for Iceland in a 1-1 draw with Uganda. They play again today against South Korea.
He has made 76 appearances for Millwall and netted seven goals.
Bodvarsson last scored for the Lions in a 1-1 draw against QPR on December 8, 2020.
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