Hooiveld could stay in Denmark

29 April 2011 07:30
Loan deals can turn into permanent ones if the conditions are right Defender Jos Hooiveld could be signed by FC Copenhagen on a permanent deal. Hooiveld made a £1.4million move from Swedish side AIK to Parkhead in January 2010 but made just nine appearances before being loaned out to Copenhagen in January on a deal that runs until the summer. There was a clause in the contract allowing the Danish champions to sign Hooiveld for a fixed sum should they wish to make the move permanent.  Copenhagen may lose their full-backs in the summer and Hooiveld's agent, Alex Kroes, has confirmed that Copenhagen are weighing up their defensive options before making a final decision. He said: "I think that FCK will wait until the league has ended because they have loads of time. It is up to them because Jos is happy to be at the club. He wants to stay. But I can understand that they chose to wait as long as possible."