Date: 28th July 2009 at 10:15am
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Dany N’Guessan’s move to Leicester has finally reached a successful conclusion, after the Lincolnshire Echo revealed that both the Imps and City have finally agreed a fee for the player to avoid a tribunal.

The 21-year-old joined the Foxes in late June, but the two clubs had since failed to agree a fee for the young winger. However, it appears as though a deal has finally been struck, putting an end to the saga once and for all.

Lincoln chairman Steve Wright said: ”The talks have been very amicable between both parties, very professional and I’m glad that we’ve avoided a tribunal.

It is a long process and it costs time and ourselves and Leicester were keen to avoid going down that route.

I am certainly comfortable about the deal that we have agreed with Leicester. We will receive a fee up front and there are other various add-ons as well’.


N’Guessan scored his first goal for City in Saturday’s 4-0 victory over Shrewsbury Town.

Leicester play away at Chesterfield this evening in their penultimate first team pre-season friendly of the summer.

 

2 Replies to “N’Guessan Deal Avoids Tribunal”

  • I hope so too! He’s playing up front at the moment because Fryatt’s injured, so we might see him there for a while. I’ll be happier when he moves out wide though I think.

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