Wolves, Spurs, Wigan, Burnley & Pompey Battle
Wolves CEO Jez Moxey has said that James McCarthy has gone away to consider the possibility of joining the club after talks - official site
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WOLVES have a battle on our hands if we are to win James McCarthy's signature.
While Celtic have withdrawn their interest, Burnley and Portsmouth continue to monitor developments.
Wolves and Wigan have both agreed terms with Hamilton Academical, but Spurs have made a late move to hijack the deal according to the Daily Mail.
Despite Spurs late move, Wolves are the favourites to sign the 18-year-old according to reports and that would seem to be backed up by Wolves CEO Jez Moxey claiming the player has gone away to consider his options after meeting manager Mick McCarthy. 'We've agreed a fee for James with Hamilton Academical,' said Jez to the official site.
'James came down with his family and had a look around Compton and Molineux and met Mick upon his return.
'He has now gone away to consider his options and we await any further developments.'
Vital Wolves Comment: A few twists yet to come in this one. At first he looked like he was as good as ours. Then Sky Sports News reported he was off to Wigan, while reports now suggest that Tottenham could steal him from under our noses.
Source: Official Wolves website
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