Wolves and O’Hara want permanent transfer

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Wolves boss Mick McCarthy wants to sign Jamie O’Hara on a permanent deal.

The Spurs midfielder moved to the relegation battlers on loan during the January transfer window and has already stated that he would like a move.

‘It’s not just a case of me wanting him here but he wants to come here as well,’ McCarthy told the News of the World.

‘He is a chirpy character to have around the place as well as being a very good player.

‘Whether there is a deal already in place to sign him from Spurs – that is down to our chief executive Jez Moxey.’

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Keep O’Hara, sell Jenas.

    O’Hara has got fight and would be invaluable in games against the ‘lesser’ sides who seem to be upsetting the top teams in the table. Far more impact in the last half hour than Jenas and consistant too!

  2. I agree – I wouldn’t sell O’Hara for any price. I have followed his career for years and think he has had a real raw deal at Tottenham.

    I always saw him as a future captain of Spurs, in the Steve Perryman mould. A player with all the qualities Spurs sides have often lacked: guts and passion, coupled with total determination.

    Why sign players like Peinaar when we already had O’Hara? We have several other talents who never get a game but who would be big hits elsewhere. We will be foolish to let Niko Kranjcar go, although he almost certainly will. Watch him be a top performer elsewhere.

    And why don’t our youngsters ever get a chance in the first team, if only as subs for a few minutes? It must be very disheartening. If none of them are deemed able to make it, why bother with a youth system?

  3. It's really up to wolves. If they want him they can sign him. It's a part of the january agreement. the transfer fee has been settled.

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