UPDATED - Bjorn Bergmann Sigurdarson’s hopes of completing a £2.4m switch to Wolves now rest on remaining injury-free for the rest of his Lillestrom career.
Bjorn Bergmann Sigurdarson’s hopes of completing a £2.4m switch to Wolves now rest on remaining injury-free for the rest of his Lillestrom career.
The 21-year-old Iceland striker was angry yesterday that his Norwegian club blocked an immediate move to Molineux.
They want him to play in a minimum four more games before a mid-July deal is completed. But that leaves the deal hanging on the player remaining fit and able to pass a medical.
It triggered an angry response from Sigurdarson via his Twitter account where he posted: “Just had a meeting with the board. Forcing me to stay!” Controversially, he added “mentallybroken” and “wanttoleave.”
A source close to the deal today said: “If he is injured during the games he will play in Norway, he is no contract. He runs a great risk. I think everyone understands that Bjorn is a very difficult situation.”