The Notts manager, despite talk being rife of a move to managerless Leicester City, has rounded off a hectic day of wheeling-and-dealing in the transfer market by sending out-of-favour striker Andy White on loan for a month. This news, of course, following that of Thordarson adding long-time target, Noe Sissoko to his ranks earlier today.
The player, who only signed for the club in the summer, enjoyed a previous loan spell at Aggborough during the 2003/04 season, netting once in six starts for the Harriers.
Incidentally, White will come up against Notts County team-mate Matty Williams in just a few weeks, when Kidderminster travel to The Lamb Ground in mid-February for their league encounter.
Elsewhere, with the mid-night deadline nearing, it is becoming more and more unlikely that Gudjon Thordarson will add another front-man to his squad, as he described such talks as a ‘nightmare’.
Magpies World subscribers today learnt that Gudjon had seen a move for an unnamed centre-forward fall through at the eleventh hour, after ‘complications’ at the player’s end of the line.