Report: Bolton Wanderers make offer for Sheffield Wednesday's Atdhe Nuhiu

Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal

Atdhe Nuhiu could leave Sheffield Wednesday this summer with Bolton Wanderers and Fulham potential destinations.

In the space of a matter of hours, Bolton Wanderers’ forward line could suddenly look a lot more dangerous ahead of their return to the Championship.

HITC sources told us that The Trotters, who finished second behind Sheffield United in League One last season, are close to landing highly-rated Newcastle United forward Adam Armstrong on a season-long loan.

And Kosovan publication Telegrafi reports that the England under-20 international may be joined at the Macron by Sheffield Wednesday frontman Atdhe Nuhiu.

Sheffield Wednesday's Atdhe Nuhiu celebrates after he scores his sides first goalNuhiu has never hit double figures in the Championship

The 28-year-old looks likely to leave Hillsborough this summer after starting just two Championship games last season under Carlos Carvalhal, not helped by the big-money January additions of Jordan Rhodes and Sam Winnall.

According to the report, Nuhiu has admitted that he has received an offer from Bolton, as well as another Championship rival.

"My future will be decided by mid-August. I have the offer from Fulham and Bolton, and also from Spartak Moscow. Everything will be decided by the middle of next month," the Kosovan forward told Telegrafi.

Fulham, who lost in the play-off semi-finals like Wednesday last season, could also do with attacking reinforcements after last season’s loanee Chris Martin returned to Derby County.

Whether Nuhiu could score the goals to keep Bolton away from relegation danger or fire Fulham to promotion, however, remains to be seen. Since arriving in Yorkshire in 2013, Nuhiu has scored just 19 Championship goals in 146 games.

Sheffield Wednesday's Atdhe Nuhiu looks dejected at the end of the match

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