CHESTER PA - JULY 31: Midfielder Sebastien Le Toux #9 of the Philadelphia Union takes a free kick during the game against the New England Revolution at PPL Park on July 31 2010 in Chester Pennsylvania. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)
The Sebastien Le Toux transfer saga has taken another turn, as the striker is apparently once again available to Bolton Wanderers if a bid is tabled.
The Bolton News is reporting that the Philadelphia Union are open to selling Le Toux to the Wanderers, but only "for a fair price." Bolton has been rumored to be waiting for other transfers to finalize before moving onto a transfer for Le Toux.
Speculation has previously placed his fee at close to that of Tim Ream's transfer to Bolton, but there has yet to be any numerical value actually attached.
Le Toux's departure appears to have been covered on the Union's roster by the soon-to-be signed Lionard Pajoy, a 30-year-old journeyman striker from Colombia, and 2012 MLS SuperDraft first rounder Chandler Hoffman.
The 28-year-old scored 25 goals and 20 assists from 2010-11 with the Union and is the last remaining member of Philadelphia's 2010 Expansion Draft selections.