WANDERERS have issued a straight ‘not for sale’ statement on striker Victor Adeboyejo.

Reports on Tuesday warned that Turkish side Göztepe were preparing a bid for the Nigerian, who has scored eight times for the Whites this season.

German side Hannover 96 have also been credited with an interest over the last seven days but no bids have been received.

Bolton have submitted an improved second bid for Bristol Rovers front man Aaron Collins which is believed to be worth £750,000.

But Ian Evatt says he is not looking to recoup anything by allowing one of his other players to leave, and has also turned down loan offers for Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Cameron Jerome from elsewhere in League One.

“There is always interest in our players – but as I have said all along, nobody is for sale,” he told The Bolton News.

“We are not willing to part with any of them. They will all be staying, simple as that.”

Wanderers believe Collins – the reigning League One player of the year - can bring something different to their front line to boost their automatic promotion push.

Evatt rejected any suggestion that his arrival could leave his club more vulnerable to losing Adeboyejo, especially with the Turkish transfer window open just over a week longer than that in the United Kingdom.

The club paid Burton Albion a reported £500,000 for his services last January and have no plans to let him leave.

“The plan was to sign a striker originally, before all this,” the manager said. “Losing Dan (Nlundulu) meant we are one down in that area.

“We are always looking to add bodies that we think are additive to the group and we will see how it develops.”

Wanderers will rush defenders Ricardo Santos and Eoin Toal to a private hospital today for scans on calf and Achillies heel injuries, respectively, to see whether they need to add one – perhaps even two – centre-halves to their shopping list in the January window.

Evatt worked with his technical performance director, Chris Markham, on a shortlist of players who could be available at short notice in the window several weeks ago and says he will be ready if there is bad news on Santos and Toal.

“We’re still hopeful rather than confident on the scans,” he said. “But we can deal with it.”