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Bolton's Vaz Te's Turkey-bound

by Will Swanson. Published Thu 27 Aug 2009 08:23

Ricardo Vaz Te looks set to leave Bolton after six years at the Reebok.

The Bolton News reports that the Portuguese striker looks unlikely to figure in Gary Megson's long-term plans and has been given permission to speak with other clubs.

It is understood that the likely destination for the 22-year-old Vaz Te is Turkish club Gaziantepspor with the player reported to have signed a four-year deal.

Vaz Te has failed to win a first-team place since returning from a a long-term knee injury.

Vaz Te made his debut for Wanderers in 2004 in a third round FA Cup tie against Tranmere Rovers aged just 17. He scored his first senior goal against Oldham Athletic in The Cup the following year.

In 2008 he damaged his cruciate ligament against Newcastle United and has made only three substitute appearances under Megson.


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