Holden rejects Fenerbahce rumours
Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden has rejected speculation he could be set for a summer move to Turkish side Fenerbahce.
Reports emerged in Turkey that Fenerbahce were planning a summer swoop for the USA international following the Wanderers' relegation.
Bolton boss Owen Coyle is desperate to keep hold of the midfielder and the club have stressed they are under no pressure to sell their stars despite the drop into the Championship.
Holden revealed he would stay with Bolton regardless of whether or not they were relegated prior to the final game of the season at Stoke and the midfielder has now taken to twitter to insists he has no plans to move to Turkey.
When asked by fans about the speculation linking him with Fenerbahce, Holden tweeted: "Not true lads. BWFC for me."
The 26-year-old managed just one appearance for the Whites last season, in a Carling Cup tie with Aston Villa, due to a serious knee injury but Holden hopes to return to fitness in time for the start of the 2012/2013 campaign.