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FOOTBALL: Forest OK Pierre deal.

REBEL striker Pierre van Hooijdonk is set to walk away from Nottingham Forest for good.

The City Ground club have accepted a pounds 3.5million bid from Dutch First Division club Vitesse Arnhem for the 29-year-old.

He is now expected to cut short his holiday in Greece to discuss personal terms and the deal could go through within 48 hours.

Forest are adamant the player will not land a golden handshake.

Van Hooijdonk was transfer listed at his own request last year when he staged a three-month strike and Forest say he is not entitled to a pay-off.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jun 19, 1999
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