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Campo completes Bolton switch

Published: Saturday 19 July 2003, 23.30CET
Transfer round-up: Iván Campo has finally completed his move to Bolton Wanderers FC.

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Published: Saturday 19 July 2003, 23.30CET

Campo completes Bolton switch

Transfer round-up: Iván Campo has finally completed his move to Bolton Wanderers FC.

Iván Campo has finally completed his move to Bolton Wanderers FC after the deal stalled on a technicality.

Technical problem
The 29-year-old defender agreed a three-year contract with the Premiership club earlier in the week, but unspecified difficulties arising during the player's medical caused the deal to be temporarily halted. However, the problem was resolved and Campo, who spent the 2002/03 season on loan at Bolton from Real Madrid CF, will now stay at the club on a permanent basis.

Striking change
Austria Under-21 striker Roland Linz has joined Austrian Bundesliga side Herold Admira, former VfB Admira Wacker Mödling, on loan until the end of the season. The FK Austria Wien forward underwent a successful trial at Ukrainian Premier League side FC Dynamo Kyiv, but opted instead to remain in his home country, hoping to gain first-team experience at Herold Admira.

Goalkeeping signing
Elsewhere in Europe, NK Zagreb have signed Dragan Stojkic on a two-year contract. The 28-year-old goalkeeper has joined from NK Marsonia, and had a brief spell with Zagreb two years ago. Among other clubs, Stojkic has also played for NK Slaven Belupo, where he set a Croatian league record in 1999/2000, going 684 minutes without conceding a goal.

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