Tyson stays for Saturday
By Simon Fudge. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Wycombe Wanderers have signed on-loan striker Nathan Tyson to a four-day extension at The Causeway Stadium.
The Reading hit-man has spent the last two months on loan with The Chairboys and his new deal will enable him to play at Bournemouth on Saturday.
His short-term deal will allow him to stay with the Division Two bottom club until after Saturday's match, with manager Tony Adams trying to secure the services of Tyson on a permanent deal from The Royals.
The Buckinghamshire-based outfit have agreed a deal with Reading for the striker, but unless personal terms are reached with Tyson, he will return to The Madejski Stadium next week.
Meanwhile, defender Stuart Nethercott is expected to put pen-to-paper on a third month's loan with The Chairboys from Division One club Millwall.
Nethercott has also spent two months on loan with Wycombe and his stay will be a boost to Adams.
One player that is unsure of coming back to Wycombe is Southampton goalkeeper Scott Bevan, who has also received an offer from Division One bottom club Wimbledon.
Bevan, who spent a month on loan with The Chairboys this season, is currently considering his options before making a decision on a move.
In other news, winger Lewis Cook has joined non-league side Cambridge City on a month's loan.