BRENTFORD are yet to strike a deal with Doncaster Rovers for winger Harry Forrester.
The former Aston Villa youngster is believed to have agreed a three-year contract with the Championship new-boys after rejecting improved terms at Griffin Park.
However, the Bees are entitled to compensation as Forrester is only 22 and was offered a new deal in TW8.
Doncaster could unveil Forrester as early as tomorrow, but the Chronicle can reveal Rovers still haven't agreed a fee for the highly-rated midfielder.
Brentford sporting director Mark Warburton said: “We are in discussion with Doncaster to try and reach an agreement.
“In our mind Harry Forrester is a very good asset.”
The fee will be decided by a tribunal if the two clubs fail to agree a compensation package.
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