PAT FENLON may yet seal his move to Dundee United -- that's if he quits as manager of Bohemians.
Fenlon's move to the Scottish Premier League side fell through last night after representatives from both clubs failed to agree a compensation package.
It is thought that Bohemians refused to budge from their cash demands, thought to be in the region of the $280,000.
Fenlon is alleged to be furious with the Phibsborough club for their stance, which has now forced the Terrors to look elsewhere for a replacement for Craig Levein, who left Tannadice Park to take over as Scotland manager.
It is already believed that two former Republic of Ireland internationals -- Gary Breen and Jason McAteer -- have signalled their interest in replacing Fenlon, should the Dubliner quit Dalymount Park.
But the Gypsies boss, who has won back-to-back titles with Bohs as well as FAI Cup and League Cup title in the last two seasons, will mull over his future before making a decision.
Part of Fenlon's frustration with Bohemians is that the 40-year-old is owed bonuses by the cash-strapped Irish champions, and he hoped that they would lower their demands due to this.
However, an offer of $100,000 from Dundee United was turned down forcing the SPL side to end talks, but chairman Andy Thompson said: "If circumstances were to change, we would review them."