Manchester City winger Aaron Nemane made an appearance for Bolton Wanderers’ under-23 side on Tuesday night as he continues to search for a new club.
The 20-year-old is still under contract for one more year at the Etihad Stadium – as far as we know – but is being offered to other clubs and had a trial with Bradford City earlier in the summer which didn’t result in a move.
And the French-born player, who was born Amiens but was raised in Blackley, Manchester, came on as a late substitute as Bolton’s under-23s picked up a 2-1 win over Coventry City.
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It isn’t known if Nemane is joining Bolton or if this was just a trial, but he will hope to secure a new place to play football this season.
Nemane was sent to Rangers in Scotland on loan last season, but after failing to make an impact, was relocated to Go Ahead Eaglers in the Dutch second division, where he fared better, making 17 appearances and scoring 2 goals.