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‘The net is wide’ – Charlton boss Dean Holden on January transfer window

Dean Holden will not be commenting on any of Charlton’s transfer dealings until they are done and dusted.

The Addicks have been linked with a fresh move for Macauley Bonne (pictured) whose contract was terminated by QPR earlier this week.

Charlton saw a move for their former striker collapse on deadline day in the summer window.

“The net is wide,” Addicks boss Holden told the South London Press. We’re looking into different positions and I’ve said already that we’re looking to be really active in this window.

“There is lots of work going on.

“I understand that the window is open and it is so exciting for supporters, they want to see announcements and players with scarves above their head at The Valley.

“For us to do our work effectively, we need to keep things quiet. I’m not going to comment publicly on any transfers, in or out, until it is official.”

PICTURE: SEAN GOSLING

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One thought on “‘The net is wide’ – Charlton boss Dean Holden on January transfer window

  • Believe it not, but I am quite impressed with what Dean Holden is saying about transfer business and that is the fact he is not saying anything! from what we are told, agents etc, when hearing that clubs are looking at potential transfers, can start to over inflate prices, so, for that reason alone, I think Dean Holden staying tight lipped, is a good thing. Hopefully, when a deal is announced, and I am confident there will be players coming in, it will be a nice surprise !!

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