The 19-year-old Romanian youth international has impressed many so far this season with his silky skills and wicked right foot.
Politic is the only Bolton youth player to keep his place in the side on merit since Keith Hill took charge at the UniBol, with Yoan Zouma and Sonny Graham coming in to replace the injured Jake Wright and Liam Bridcutt in the last few games.
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After impressing for Wanderers so far this campaign, it’s hardly surprising to see interest in the young Romanian mount up.
Both Wolves and Villa are reportedly interested in making a January swoop for the Bolton wide man with Wolves’ Nuno Espirito Santo said to have tasked his scouts with compiling a dossier on the winger.
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Politic has been with Bolton since 2018 when he joined the Wanderers youth setup from Manchester United where he had previously been plying his trade for six years.
After a loan spell at recently promoted League 2 side Salford City last season, which saw the youngster net twice in 13 appearances for the club, Politic was fast-tracked into the Bolton team this season but has impressed both the manager and fans, keeping his place in the process.
It would be catastrophic if Wanderers were to sell another one of their promising youth talents after the likes of Rob Holding, Zach Clough and Luca Connell all bid farewell to Bolton in the past few seasons.