Brentford’s £16m transfer for Sampdoria star Mikkel Damsgaard stalls after the 2 golf equipment fail to agree on a relegation clause… with boss Thomas Frank revealing his aspect are ‘nonetheless available in the market’ for a ‘key’ participant
- Sampdoria had accepted a £16 million bid from Brentford or Mikkel Damsgaard
- The transfer has now been held up after disagreement over a relegation clause
- The 22-year-old midfielder could possibly be a great substitute for Christian Eriksen
Brentford‘s transfer for Sampdoria midfielder Mikkel Damsgaard has been held up amid talks over a clause to cut back his wage if the membership are relegated.
The Bees completed thirteenth within the Premier League final season after recovering from a mid-season wobble.
Sampdoria had beforehand accepted a £16million bid for the 22-year-old, however the deal now seems to be stalling.
Sampdoria had accepted a £16 million bid from Brentford or Mikkel Damsgaard
The transfer has now been held up after disagreement over a relegation clause
If the transfer will be resurrected, Damsgaard might show a workable substitute for Christian Eriksen.
Talking in a press convention earlier this week, Brentford boss Thomas Frank mentioned: ‘We’re undoubtedly nonetheless available in the market. We’re nonetheless on the market wanting and looking out to see if there’s somebody.
‘I’m, general, happy with the squad. I feel we now have the variety of gamers we want for every place in defence, midfield and assault.
‘Can we get that key participant for the correct value with the correct talents? We’re undoubtedly open to it. But it surely’s not that we have to get a participant in.
If he does signal, The 22-year-old midfielder could possibly be a great substitute for Christian Eriksen
‘Perhaps one or two nonetheless, probably, might depart. However once more, that relies upon if there’s extra incomings or not, or how the squad is growing and accidents and so forth. That will likely be mentioned extra within the coming weeks.’
He continued: ‘We’re very conscious that we’re a small membership, in all probability nonetheless within the backside two budgets. Now we have a great group, a great squad, and a great tradition.
‘I do know there’s a threat of relegation however I’m a constructive man and I’m at all times wanting up. I’ve a powerful perception that we will do higher than final yr.
‘That is the Premier League and the margins are so small, however we are going to do our absolute best to assault.’
Brentford get their Premier League marketing campaign underway at Leicester on Sunday.