Nottingham Forest have signed striker Zach Clough from League One Bolton, the two clubs have confirmed.
Nottingham Forest are delighted to announce the signing of striker Zach Clough on a four-and-a-half-year deal.
The 21-year-old signs for The Reds after leaving Bolton Wanderers for an undisclosed fee.
Clough, who came through the youth ranks at Bolton, scored 21 times in 59 league appearances for The Trotters, including nine times this season in Sky Bet League One.
The diminutive forward can play in a variety of attacking roles both out wide and through the middle.
Bolton Wanderers have announced the signing of striker Chris Long, who joins on loan from Burnley for the remainder of the season.
The former Everton youngster spent the first half of the campaign at League One rivals Fleetwood, where he scored four goals in 23 appearances.
A 90th-minute stunner from Charlton substitute Ademola Lookman saw Bolton's perfect start to the Sky Bet League One season come to an endRead the full story ›
Josh Vela fired a late winner as Bolton came from behind to beat Fleetwood 2-1 and maintain their 100 per cent start.Read the full story ›
Arsenal are closing in on the signing of England Under-21 international defender Rob Holding from Bolton.Read the full story ›
Substitute Stephen Dobbie's fourth goal of the season earned relegated Bolton a shock 1-0 Championship victory over Premier League hopefuls Hull at the Macron Stadium.
Dobbie fired home a cross from Lawrie Wilson to give League One-bound Wanderers only a fifth win of a dismal campaign, and a first home triumph in 15 matches.
It also ensured Hull's away hoodoo against Bolton continued unchecked, having not won on Trotters' territory since 1935.
Former Republic of Ireland international Andy Townsend is working in a consultancy role with Bolton as their managerial search drags on.
Press Association Sport understands the 52-year-old television pundit has arrived at the Macron Stadium as an advisor to the new regime, who need to find a permanent successor to Neil Lennon while shaping their squad for a campaign in Sky Bet League One next term.
Speaking last week, new chairman Ken Anderson had hoped to identify the boss he wanted by the end of this week having whittled a shortlist of 50-plus candidates down to three.
However, the process may have been held up by the fact Anderson and chief executive Dean Holdsworth, the two men whose takeover saved the club from financial meltdown last month, cannot agree on who they want to take up the post.
Jordan Rhodes' stoppage-time winner gave Sky Bet Championship leaders Middlesbrough their sixth straight victory as they beat already-relegated Bolton 2-1 at the Macron Stadium.
Boro were trailing to the club propping up the division when Josh Vela scored but after Rhodes levelled in the 73rd minute, Boro mustered another late winner for the second time in five days, this time through their £9million striker.
Bolton's relegation to League One was confirmed after they slumped to a 4-1 defeat at Derby.Read the full story ›
Tax litigation involving struggling Bolton has come to an end at the High Court.
Inland Revenue officials wanted Bolton wound up after complaining that the football club owed more than £2million.
But, in London on Monday, Registrar Clive Jones dismissed the winding-up petition after hearing that the debt had been paid in full.