Bolton sign Arsenal's Ryo Miyaichi on loan for rest of season
Published: 31st Jan 2012 16:00:19
Bolton have signed Arsenal midfielder Ryo Miyaichi on loan for the rest of the season.
The Japan youth international, 19, joined Arsenal in January 2011 and spent the second half of last season on loan at Feyenoord.
Miyaichi is not eligible to face his parent club on Wednesday.
"He's a very talented young player who is is quick and exciting," Bolton manager Owen Coyle told the club's official website.
"He had a great spell on loan at Feyenoord last season.
January 2009 - Jack Wilshere (Arsenal)
January 2010 - Vladimir Weiss (Manchester City)
Jan 2010 - Daniel Sturridge (Chelsea)
July 2011 - Dedryck Boyata (Manchester City)
August 2011 - Gael Kakuta (Chelsea)
January 2012 - Ryo Miyaichi (Arsenal).
"He's a young player with tremendous promise and potential, and hopefully at Bolton we can give him a platform on which he can display his qualities."
Miyaichi had a successful trial with the Gunners in the summer of 2010 before making a permanent move to Emirates Stadium in January.
He was immediately loaned to Feyenoord, where he scored three goals in 12 appearances, in order to qualify for a work permit, which he was granted in August.
Miyaichi has made two substitute appearances for Arsenal this season, including an outing in the 2-1 Carling Cup win over Bolton in October.
Coyle has enjoyed previous success in the loan market, being boosted by the acquisitions of Arsenal's Jack Wilshere and Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge in the past two years.
Miyaichi could make his Trotters debut at Norwich on Saturday.
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