WANDERERS fans may have to be patient as the club looks to secure the services of wing-back target Kane Wilson.

The deal appeared to be close to completion early last week, but The Bolton News understands that there have been some late complications.

Wilson is keen to make the move happen and appears to be completely over the injury that kept him out for the second half of last season, but the two clubs are said to have now hit a stumbling block, leaving the transfer hanging in the balance.

Wanderers will go out to Portugal tomorrow for a warm weather training camp and were hoping to take the vast majority of their proposed League One squad with them.

Evatt has already brought in one wing-back this summer in the shape of Tranmere’s Josh Dacres-Cogley, a player who had been monitored since his days with Birmingham City.

Sources close to the Wilson deal still expect his move to be completed – but the delay means he will be reporting for pre-season with Nigel Pearson’s squad, rather than travelling with the Whites.

Dan Nlundulu has completed a six-figure fee from Southampton, and will be in Portugal with the squad, but moves for midfielders Keanu Baccus and Florian Flick are ongoing.

Nlundulu’s gives him an opportunity to recapture the good form he was starting to show at the end of last season.

The striker scored his first Bolton goal in the last regular league game at Bristol Rovers and was involved in both play-off semi-final legs against Barnsley.

He hopes to improve on that this time around, with Bolton hoping to go for automatic promotion.

“That’s my motivation,” he said. “I have the gaffer’s confidence and that can only give me confidence to perform. I am really looking forward to getting started and having that full pre-season behind me.”

It is reported that a fee of £250,000 has been offered to St Mirren for the Australia international Baccus, who is keen to test himself in England after an impressive campaign in the Scottish Premiership.

He was linked with a move to Rangers in January and has also been scouted by several Championship sides and Belgian outfit Gent.

Reports in the Australian press say Bolton's offer has been accepted and that the player has undergone a medical - but a work permit has yet to be granted.

The deal is understood to have several bonus elements, including for future international caps, promotion and a sell-on fee.

Flick, a 23-year-old former Germany Under-21 international, is wanted on a season-long loan from Schalke, according to reports in the UK and in his homeland.

The club is currently working towards getting him a work permit – but that too has been a more complicated process than expected.

Bolton’s interest in Flick first emerged in the German press a few weeks ago. He had impressed on loan with Nuremburg last season and Schalke were hoping to sign him to a new contract before discussing a loan.