Report: Wolves willing to pull the plug on Nicolai Boilesen deal

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Wolves are growing impatient at the inability to sign Nicolai Boilesen.

Wolves are ready to pull the plug on a deal to sign Nicolai Boilesen, the Mirror reports.

The Championship side have held talks with the Ajax defender, and have agreed a fee with the Dutch club said to be roughly £300,000.

A medical has yet to take place, and personal terms have not been agreed, but a transfer looked well on it’s way to completion.

Boilesen wants to leave Ajax this month, seeing as he has been frozen out of the first-team by Frank de Boer, and has not played a single game this season.

However, the 23-year-old left-back has yet to agree terms with Wolves, and Kenny Jackett is said to be growing impatient at the Danish international’s stalling.

The report claims that Wolves believe Boilesen has been holding talks with Wolves merely to show he is available to other teams, in the Premier League or one of Europe’s other top leagues.

This lack of commitment from Boilesen has Wolves ready to pull the plug on the deal if there are no advances in talks any time soon.

Jackett wants to sign a left-back as soon as possible, and Boilesen’s stalling is preventing Wolves from pushing for other targets with less than half of the transfer window left.

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