Bolton manager Owen Coyle denied there had been a hitch in Gary Cahill's proposed move to Chelsea after the defender played possibly his last game for the Trotters in a 1-1 draw with Wolves.
Coyle revealed on Friday a fee had been agreed for the England international but his Chelsea counterpart Andre Villas-Boas then described the two parties as being "miles apart" in their negotiations.
Coyle said: "I heard what Andre Villas-Boas said the other day that they were a bit apart. He's obviously heard from the one meeting. They've only had one meeting with Gary's representative and then, with the games coming up, I had to make sure Gary was focused. Gary hasn't spoken to Chelsea yet."
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