Celtic out of Fortune race as Wolves bid accepted
Celtic look set to be priced out of the race to sign Marc-Antoine Fortune after Nancy accepted bids from three English clubs, including Wolves. - Sunday Mercury
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WOLVES appear to be back in the hunt for Marc-Antoine Fortune as the Sunday Mercury believe that Nancy have accepted a bid of around £3.5million from Wolves and 2 other clubs.
The 2 other clubs are reportedly Hull City and West Brom, but Portsmouth and Fulham have also shown an interest.
Celtic however are yet to stump up an acceptable offer for the striker.
'We have accepted three separate offers, all from English clubs.' said Nancy sporting director Nicolas Holveck to the Sunday Mercury.
'All are in excess of 4million euros and, with add-ons, one is approaching the 5million mark.
'We are happy to allow the player to begin negotiations with these clubs and we expect the transfer to be formalised by Monday.'
Vital Wolves Comment: In out, in out, shake it all about! We thought this possible transfer was dead before the weekend. But it sounds alive again now.
We thought that we had given up on Fortune and instead were concentrating on signing Doyle.
Do we need to sign two new strikers?
Get in touch and let us know!
Source: Sunday Mercury
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