They are owned by a Chinese millionaire apparently.
After working miracles for the last two years under an embargo and never actually spending a penny on buying a player, Reading will obviously have Parkinson in mind for their now vacant management post.
Also it would seem to me that Parkinson has no real say in which players are signed or sold at Bolton and may well have more control in that respect at another club.
Whether Reading come calling or not, I'm sure other clubs will have noticed how much Parkinson has achieved on nothing and he will become more and more desirable to other clubs - particularly if keeps us up this season - which he will.
If you were Parkinson would you fancy the challenge of keeping us up again next season - particularly as we need to find millions to pay off BluMarble in November - and thus probably have little if anything as a transfer budget war chest - and probably no say in how we spend it even if we had - or cash in on your great reputation at the moment and move to a club that you may well be allowed to buy players you want and probably not have your best player/s sold in the next January window because your club is so hard up!
I guess in the normal world the decision would be obvious - but this is football.
What would you do in Parkinson's position if clubs come a calling for you.
And I guess if you were Ken Anderson and some club offered silly money to get Parkinson for their next manager - would you fight to keep him - or take the money?