Agent: Murray talk premature
By Simon Fudge. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
By Simon Fudge
The agent of former Derby County midfielder Adam Murray has told skysports.com that no deal has, as yet, been agreed with Kidderminster Harriers.
Gino Culbertson has revealed that the Division Three club's announcement of an 18-month deal being agreed between Murray and the Aggborough outfit are premature.
Harriers boss Jan Molby stated on Sunday that the former England youth international was to become a Kidderminster player, thus ending the player's search for a new club since his release from The Rams in November.
Culbertson admitted that an offer of an 18-month contract had been presented to his client, but added that he and Murray have yet to discuss the terms of the deal.
"Adam has been offered terms but we haven't discussed them as yet," Culbertson told skysports.com.
"What we will be doing is discussing the terms of the deal being offered by Kidderminster in the next 24 hours."
Murray has been trying to get his playing career back on track following treatment for an alcohol-related illness this autumn and has played recently on non-contract terms with Notts County.
Magpies boss Billy Dearden is also an admirer of Murray and has admitted to his interest in signing the midfielder, though The Harriers seem to be leading the chase at present.