Another eventful season at Wanderers is in the books and attention now turns to the transfer window.

Many clubs will be looking to bolster their squads, while others will be hoping to keep hold of their prized assets.

There will also be plenty of out-of-contract players searching for their next challenge, with sides across the EFL publishing their retained lists.

While the window isn’t officially open yet, the rumour mill is already in full swing. Here is all the information you need.

When does the window open and close?

The 2023 summer transfer window is set to open on Wednesday, June 14 for clubs in the Premier League and EFL.

It will stay open until 11pm on Friday, September 1, although clubs can complete deals after this deadline as long as deal sheets are submitted on time.

It has also been confirmed that the January window will open on Monday, January 1 and shut at 11pm on Thursday, February 1.

Are Wanderers likely to be busy?

Wanderers look set to be active on the transfer front this summer as they aim to bounce back from their play-off heartbreak.

The Whites currently have no senior goalkeepers in the squad, with James Trafford returning to parent club Manchester City and Joel Dixon among those released.

Conor Bradley’s return to Liverpool also leaves big shoes to fill, having been a key player at the UniBol since the start of the campaign.

Chairman Sharon Brittan has already pledged to match Ian Evatt’s ambition and keep the club heading in the right direction.

When asked if he would have an improved transfer budget this summer, Evatt told The Bolton News: “Absolutely. I can’t speak highly enough of Sharon and the rest of the board, Michael James, the Swiss guys - they have been unbelievable.

“There have been lots of conversations behind the scenes about how we progress this football club and, obviously, sometimes that costs money.

“We are going to do things smartly and strategically. We’ll never put this club at risk, but there are plans in place to make sure that we are in a much better and stronger position next season, on and off the pitch.

“That work continues, it has been going on behind the scenes. This club is going to be better again next season, I am really excited by it.”