Date:Saturday January 21 2006
Speculation is mounting that Wolves and Spanish Segunda División side Elche CF have reached an agreement over the sale of Polish Hitman Tomasz Frankowski.
Talks had stalled over Elche's asking price. Wolves previous bid of €1.8 million was turned down by Elche President Ramon Perez.
But now, reports in Spain sugest that after Kenny Miller's decision on Thursday to quit at the end of this season Wolves tabled a fresh bid of €2 million that has been accepted.
The decision is due to be announced after Elche's next home game against Valladolid on Sunday which finishes at 19.15 GMT.
Vital Wolves will keep you informed of any further developments as they happen throughout the day.
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