Sebastien Le Toux's flight to England appears to be training ahead of a possible transfer, according to Fox Soccer. Bolton is the destination if the Philadelphia Union's star striker is transferred during the January international transfer window.
The transfer was originally reported by Ives Galarcep, who writes for Fox Soccer and his own site, Soccer By Ives. Le Toux tweeted previous to Galarcep's tweet that he was on his way to England, making the timing of the Fox Soccer report appear to be more than coincidental.
Philadelphia was rumored to be shopping Danny Mwanga, according to Galarcep as well, during the 2012 MLS SuperDraft, and the Fox Soccer article speculates that the money received for selling Le Toux would help the Union retain Mwanga. Additionally, the Union drafted Chandler Hoffman to add to a young arsenal of Mwanga, Jack McInerney and Josue Martinez, making one of them expendable and likely to leave Philadelphia at some point this year.
The New York Red Bulls reportedly have sold center back Tim Ream to Bolton for around 2.5 million pounds, which helps to pinpoint a possible number for the transfer fee of Le Toux.