Bolton capture Ryo Miyaichi on loan from Arsenal
Tuesday 31 January 2012
Arsenal's Japanese midfielder Ryo Miyaichi has joined Bolton on loan until the end of the season.
The 19-year-old had a successful spell with Feyenoord last season, and returned to make two Carling Cup appearances for the Gunners.
Under Premier League rules, Miyaichi will not be eligible to play for Bolton against Arsenal in tomorrow night's game at the Reebok Stadium.
Wanderers boss Owen Coyle told the club's website: "He's a very talented young player, who is quick and exciting.
"He had a great spell on loan at Feyenoord last season.
"He's a young player with tremendous promise and potential and hopefully at Bolton we can give him a platform on which he can display his qualities."
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