Everton youngster Harry Charsley has joined Bolton Wanderers on loan. The 21-year-old will be at the Trotters for the rest of the season.
Charsley, who has represented the Republic of Ireland at youth level, made his debut for the Toffees first team during their 3-0 Europa League win over Apollon Limassol earlier on during this season.
He has however not as yet established himself as a first team regular or managed to make a significant impression and will need to use this opportunity in order to continue developing as well as to try and convince the Toffees hierarchy that they should include him in their future plans.
“Harry is a player we have watched a lot and he can play all across the midfield as well as in behind the striker,” Bolton manager Phil Parkinson told the club’s website.
“He’s from Everton’s Under-23 team where a lot of their players have gone out on loan and have done well with the help of David Unsworth and his team.
“They almost play like a league team, so when you get a player from Everton’s youth ranks, you know that they are ready and are hardened to understand the rigours of what it takes to win games of football.”