Wolves have again made progress in their attempts to sign Joao Palhinha this summer, with a fresh transfer rumour revealing Bruno Lage has green lit the deal. The Lowdown: Endless Palhinha links No player has been linked with a move to Molineux more often than Palhinha in recent weeks, with the Sporting CP midfielder endlessly on Wanderers’ radar.
Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Ruben Neves is expected to earn a summer move, with a few parties interested, but Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag might not get his man Barcelona reckon they are on a winner in the race to sign £50million-rated Wolves star Ruben Neves – thanks to a hook-up with Spotify.
Wolverhampton Wanderers may reportedly opt against retaining the services of Joao Moutinho this summer. Since moving to Molineux in 2018, Moutinho has established himself as one of the best players to ever represent the club, the Portugal international making 176 appearances in all competitions. Despite now being four months short of his 36th birthday, Moutinho still made 34 starts in the Premier League last season, an indication that Bruno Lage continues to regard him as a key player.
Wolves are reportedly ‘closer’ to signing Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Palhinha, with the Portuguese maestro heavily linked with a move to Molineux over recent weeks. What’s the story? That’s according to Correio da Manha, via Sport Witness, who claimed that Bruno Lage’s side are nearer to signing the 26-year-old.
Bruno Lage has ‘asked’ Wolves to sort out deal for player – PL side unlikely to listen to manager, have ‘other priorities’
Wolverhampton Wanderers’ João Moutinho has just over a month left on his contract and can leave the Premier League side as a free agent, if there is no change in this situation. He was a regular figure for the Premier League side in the recently concluded season, making 39 appearances, out of which 35 of them came in the league.
Journalist Tim Spiers has claimed that Goncalo Guedes is a realistic option for Wolves if they want to sign the forward. As we head towards the beginning of the summer transfer market, plenty of supporters will be keen to know who might end up at their club next.
Bruno Lage could land a masterclass in signing Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Palhinha for Wolves ahead of the summer transfer window. What’s the word? According to Portuguese paper A Bola (via Sport Witness), the Premier League club have made an approach to the player’s representatives, with this being the last step before an official bid is placed.
Nelson Semedo admits he would prefer Wolves’ out-of-contract players to stay with the club and says he expects Joao Moutinho to sign a new deal. John Ruddy, Romain Saiss and Fernando Marcal are all set to depart, while Moutinho is currently locked in negotiations over extending his stay.
Following the stories we already saw this week regarding Wolverhampton Wanderers’ efforts for the signing of João Palhinha from Sporting, we get to find another one written by newspaper Correio da Manhã today. The outlet now claims the midfielder is ‘closer’ to Wolves. They point out the player is about to leave the Lions and the Molineux side are the ‘most likely destination’ for him.
Latest Wolves transfer news from BirminghamLive includes Bruno Lage's wish for the summer window Bruno Lage is waiting for 'the money to move' as Wolverhampton Wanderers look to get their house in order by July 1. The transfer window opens in June but clubs are already negotiating with potential signings.
Latest Wolves news from BirminghamLive includes stories on Romain Saiss, Raul Jimenez and Daniel Podence Here are Wolves headlines on Friday, May 27... Romain Saiss set for free transfer Romain Saiss has all but confirmed his departure from Wolverhampton Wanderers after six years with the club. Saiss is set to follow John Ruddy and Marcal out of the door after confirming he has failed to ‘reach an agreement’ over a new contract.
Journalist Liam Keen revealed on the Express & Star Wolves Podcast that key midfielder Joao Moutinho is currently in discussions with the Midlands team over a new contract, amid speculation of the player moving on at the end of the season. Wolves enjoyed a fine maiden season under boss Bruno Lage, finishing 10th in the Premier League while boasting a top-five defence after only conceding 43 goals – which was only bettered by Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.
Wolves loanee Francisco Trincao is unlikely to remain at Molineux beyond this summer, according to journalist Ryan Taylor. The Lowdown: Trincao disappoints on loan The Portuguese forward moved to the Black County on loan from Barcelona last summer, looking to enjoy regular football and become a key part of Bruno Lage’s plans.
Latest Wolves transfer news from BirminghamLive as Romain Saiss provides transfer update to French media. Wolves look set to lose defender Romain Saiss this summer after the defender all but confirmed his departue from Molineux. Saiss, 32, has been at the club for six years after joining in 2016 from French side SCO Angers when the club were in the Championship.
Wolves said to be launching legal action against winger – Ignored pre-agreement, has had Arsenal medical
When the Brazilian media started reporting Arsenal interest in São Paulo winger Marquinhos, it was a couple of times said that Wolverhampton Wanderers were chasing the player as well. Those rumours about Wolves didn’t last long, because it was soon reported that the Gunners had reached an agreement to sign the player for a fee of €3.5m, and the deal would soon be sealed.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are close to making a formal offer to sign João Palhinha from Sporting, according to a report from the Portuguese media today. Newspaper A Bola writes that Wolves made an approach with the player’s representatives to learn the amount needed for a summer move.
Latest Wolves news from BirminghamLive includes Romain Saiss's comments on his impending Molineux exit Romain Saiss has all but confirmed his departure from Wolverhampton Wanderers after six years with the club. Saiss is set to follow John Ruddy and Marcal out of the door after confirming he has failed to ‘reach an agreement’ over a new contract.
Latest Wolves news from BirminghamLive includes an update on the club's pre-season plans after their USA tour was scrapped at the last minute The cancellation of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ tour of the United States comes as a huge blow to the club’s bosses. Wolves had been due to cross the pond this summer to take part in the Ohio Cup, with Newcastle United, Villarreal and Valencia also set to compete in the tournament.
Wolverhampton Wanderers boss, Bruno Lage, is set for crunch talks with the Old Gold hierarchy. What’s the word? That is according to a report from Birmingham Mail, who claims that the Wolves boss will meet with the Molineux hierarchy to discuss the future of Adama Traore and Francisco Trincao.