Date: 20th September 2008 at 12:41pm
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Leicester have found out what they will have to pay Bury for Nicky Adams, with them also loaning out youngster Harry Worley.

Adams, who joined as a free agent in the summer on a three-year contract, will cost an initial fee of £100,000 with further add-ons possible. If Leicester gain promotion to the Championship this season Bury will receive a further £50,000, and depending on how many matches the 21-year-old plays for the club the fee could eventually be £225,000 all in.

Even though the midfielder was a free agent, as his contract with Bury had expired, a fee had to be paid as he is under 23 and this is what a panel has set.

He might have only signed in the summer but Worley has been allowed to leave the club already, as he has joined Luton on a one-month loan.

The 19-year-old signed from Chelsea on a three-year contract in May but hasn’t yet featured this season so a loan move is a good thing as far as manager Nigel Pearson is concerned: ‘He wants to be playing first-team football and I can understand his frustrations,’ Pearson told official website. ‘I’d rather see him go out on loan and gain some valuable experience rather than playing in the reserves here.’

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