SPURS AGREE ONE DEAL - WAIT ON ANOTHER
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 29-year-old Danish international, recently recalled to the national squad, will remain at Molineux until the end of the season after Wolves paid an undisclosed fee to secure his services for their promotion play-off push.
Meanwhile, Luton boss Lennie Lawrence is slightly disgruntled that the North Londoners have not yet tied up their proposed signing of Irish youngster Doherty.
The versatile Hatter may make his full international debut, against Greece on Wednesday, without being a fully-fledged Spurs player, despite watching the Wimbledon match from the stands.
"The situation is that the fee has been agreed, he has had his medical, which he passed with flying colours, but there have been some hiccups in agreeing the personal terms," revealed Lawrence. "I have been heavily involved with it because I think a lot of the boy and I have got a lot of time for him.
"He has his own agent but I want him to get a good deal," the Hatters boss added. "You sell players and you let them go, and it is up to their agents to sort it out, but this one is different because I think the boy deserves a good deal, as he is a great lad."