Date: 4th February 2009 at 9:41am
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The Luton News reports that Luton Town and Leicester City had agreed a deal to keep Leicester keeper Conrad Logan at the club after his current loan ends on Feb 8th. However, what is reported as unreasonable demands by his agent had scuppered the deal and the club moved quickly to bring in Lewis Price from Derby County as a replacement.

With the Logan paperwork all completed, the club received a call from Logan’s agent demanding ‘a substantial amount of money’.

Director Anthony Brown said: ‘We simply were not prepared to meet their demands.’

Manager Mick Harford said: ‘We won’t be held to ransom by anyone.’

Once again, a decision which seemed strange to supporters when it happened turns out to be another example of prudent financial management by 2020.

Logan’s loan spell has been ended prematurely and he has returned to his parent club.

 

2 Replies to “Luton not held to ransom over Logan”

  • Well done 2020 and big mick for not giving in to his bloody agent…( When you look at the problems in football today you only have to look at these parsite agents to realise were most of the money is going ).

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