Date: 31st January 2014 at 9:48am
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AFC Wimbledon are keen on extending the loan of Charlie Wyke, however this is very much dependant on a favour from his parent club.

The strikers initial one-month loan deal with Wimbledon expires after the game at Oxford’s Kassam Stadium on Saturday and as much as Neal Ardley has made it clear he wants to keep him for longer is possible he knows this is out of his hands.

Funds are always tight with the Dons but they have dried up, so they will be looking for a “favour” from Middlesbrough with it likely they will want any extension to come at the costs of his parent club.

Ardley told Get West London: ‘We will be speaking to Middlesbrough as we would love him to stay and believe Charlie would like to stay as well, but ultimately we have run out of money and that is the problem.

‘We did not have much to play with in this window and we’ve got a couple of key players in.

‘So we are in Middlesbrough’s hands. They have been great in letting us have him for a month and more or less waiving the wages, so we’ll speak to them again and see how it goes.’

Boro wouldn’t be keen on getting nothing, financially, for the 21-year-old you wouldn’t have thought but at the same time his gaining some minutes on the pitch would ultimately benefit them and the Dons can offer them this for him.

Maybe that will be enough for them to cover the wages during an extended loan spell at Kingsmeadow.

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