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In the news today:
The Daily Star report that Bolton manager, Owen Coyle, have told Arsenal to either “put up of shut up” in their pursuit of Gary Cahill.
A reported £17m bid has been refused by the Lancashire team, and Coyle believes Cahill is worth a lot more. He said: “There has been various interest in Gary. Clubs have made their interest known but there have been no concrete bids.
“They are big clubs but it is up to them to back that up.
“I don’t want to lose Gary but the sooner something happens, one way or another, the better.”
Bolton have already lost Johan Elmander and Daniel Sturridge this summer and the departure of Cahill would complete a sour trio for Owen Coyle’s men.