Date:Monday October 14 2013
Bakary Sako has returned to training after missing Wolverhampton Wanderers match against Notts County last week.
Wolves had been very quick to deny reports that the player had gone on strike following speculation linking him with a move to Championship side Nottingham Forest.
As we all know Forest have shown a long standing interest in Sako, before the close of the summer transfer window they wanted to purchase him and even since the emergency loan window re-opened in the Football League they've wanted to engineer a loan deal which will include a permanent move when the transfer window re-opens in January.
The problem is, they either don't have the money, or the willingness to match the price tag that we've put on his head, so last week Wolves Chief executive Jez Moxey called off the talks.
After news that any possible transfer had collapsed the French winger missed the match against Colchester through a really badly timed illness.
This led to a tabloid newspaper reporting that he had gone on strike to force a move to Nottingham Forest.
Wolves continued to deny these claims, but did suggest that his illness could be 'stress related'.
He missed the defeat to Notts County in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and has had a few extra days off in France, but is now set to return to training.
"I`d given him a few days off to go home and the rest of the players were also off for a couple of days and were ready to come back in yesterday,I`m sure Sako has been back to France. He hasn`t trained since being ill but he`s been in and I expect him to train this morning." Wolves Head Coach Kenny Jackett told the Birmingham Mail.
He continued: "We want to get him settled down if we can, We thought after the transfer window that things would settle down but it didn`t.
"That was unfortunate on our part but nothing was ever concluded and hopefully now the lad can settle down and get us promoted."
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Date:Monday October 14 2013
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