Priskin bid accepted
IPSWICH Town have had a bid for Tamas Priskin accepted by Watford.The Blues are understood to have agreed a �1.7m deal with the Hornets for the Hungarian striker.
IPSWICH Town have had a bid for Tamas Priskin accepted by Watford.
The Blues are understood to have agreed a �1.7m deal with the Hornets for the Hungarian striker.
Priskin is due at Portman Road this afternoon to hold personal talks and have a medical and manager Roy Keane hopes to have the player signed in time for him to play at Coventry City on Sunday.
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