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By Ronnie Macdonald from Chelmsford and Largs, United Kingdom - Arsène Wenger, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=43115214
Football Fan

Arsenal signed Rob Holding from Bolton Wanderers last summer for a fee of £2.5 million and now the London outfit are speeding up the payments for the deal in order to help out Holding’s former club.

According to a report, the deal of Holding included a lot of extra payments and instalments which were supposed to be paid over a certain period of time. But now Arsenal are playing the money way ahead of schedule. The report does not state that Bolton have asked Arsenal to make the payments early and thus it could be assumed that the Gunners are doing it as a sign of good will.

And these early payments will certainly help Bolton because as of the now the Trotters are struggling in the Championship. Phil Parkinson’s side are currently 23rd on the league table with just 11 points against their name from 16 games.

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