Bolton Wanderers have confirmed the signing of striker Arthur Gnahoua and winger Lloyd Isgrove.
Each gamers have signed one-year deal on the College of Bolton Stadium and have been introduced forward of the membership’s match towards Newport County this afternoon
They turn out to be Wanderers’ 18th and 19th signings of the summer time.
Gnahoua, 28, was beforehand with Macclesfield City and has prior expertise with Carlisle United and Shrewsbury City.
Isgrove, 27, spent final season at Swindon City and got here via the ranks at Southampton system earlier than having mortgage spells at Peterborough United, Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley.
Talking to the membership web site, Gnahoua mentioned: “I’m delighted to have gotten the transfer over the road and I’m excited to affix the staff.
“It’s a giant membership and I’m wanting ahead to exhibiting the followers how I can play.
“I performed right here once I was youthful and it’s very nice to return again to the membership.”
The French-born ahead moved to England on the age of six and grew up in Salford, and hung out within the Bolton Academy in 2003.
Gnahoua started his senior profession with Stalybridge Celtic earlier than becoming a member of Macclesfield for the primary of his two spells at Moss Rose in 2012.
He signed for Kidderminster Harriers in January 2016 and was their prime objective scorer within the 2016-17 season as they reached the Nationwide League North play-off semi-finals.
Head coach Ian Evatt added: “We’re happy to usher in Arthur who will strengthen our attacking choices.”
Isgrove is a former staff mate of Wanderers striker Eoin Doyle as he helped the Robins win the League Two title.
Isgrove has six Wales below 21 caps to his title and earned his solitary full cap in 2016 the place he helped his nation to a 1-1 draw towards Northern Eire.
The winger mentioned: “Bolton Wanderers are an enormous membership which have made some good signings this season.
“We’ll undoubtedly be aiming to be proper on the prime finish of the desk this season and I’m hoping to play my half in serving to with that.
“Me and Eoin had a very good relationship final season and I set him up a number of occasions so I’m certain he’s comfortable that I’m right here.”
Wanderers head coach Ian Evatt added: “Lloyd is an thrilling, attacking participant who we’re delighted to have on board.”