ITALY World Cup winner Mauro Camoranesi is the latest name which has been put into the frame for the vacant job at Wanderers.

The 43-year-old, currently in charge of Slovenian side Tabor Sezana, has been touted by PA Sport as being seriously considered by the Bolton board.

Camoranesi was part of the Azzuri team which became world champions in 2006 and had a distinguished career at Juventus before moving into coaching in Mexico.

Wanderers have also been strongly linked with a move for Steven Reid, the former Blackburn Rovers and Burnley defender who recently took an assistant coach’s job with Scotland.

Reid, 39, has worked at Reading, Crystal Palace and West Brom since finishing his playing career and is now looking to move into management.

Alex Dyer, who has just signed a two-year deal to become permanent manager of Kilmarnock, says Reid is ready to step into a senior role.

“He is 100 per cent ready,” he said. “He’s a good man, he knows football, it’s been a joy working with him at international level. He had a good career - he’s got all his coaching badges.

“I spoke to him two days ago and I knew he was going for the job and I wished him all the best with it. I would love to see him get the job.”

Wanderers are believed to want to act as quickly as possible to make an appointment and The Bolton News understands that several names including Barrow boss Ian Evatt, ex-Charlton boss Chris Powell, Shrewsbury manager Sam Ricketts and former Blackburn chief Gary Bowyer are all under consideration.