Latest Wolves transfer news from BirminghamLive as John Ruddy and Fernando Marcal break their silences on their futures at Molineux Wolves duo John Ruddy and Fernando Marcal have spoken out to discuss their futures at Molineux ahead of the summer transfer window. Both players' contracts are set to run out this summer and they are weighing up the idea of a future away from the Black Country once the season comes to a conclusion.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly interested in signing Aston Villa left-back Matt Targett, who is currently on loan at Newcastle United. What’s the word? That is according to the latest report from 90min, who stated that Molineux is one of several possible destinations for the 26-year-old.
Wolves fans could be in for a nerve-racking summer, with a number of their key players being targeted by some of Europe’s biggest clubs. The likes of Ruben Neves, Max Kilman and Morgan Gibbs-White have all been linked with permanent moves away from Molineux, while Romain Saiss, Joao Moutinho, John Ruddy and Fernando Marcal all have their contracts expiring at the end of the season.
Wolves defender Fernando Marcal will leave the club at the end of the season, with a move to Brazilian club Botafogo reportedly in place already. The Lowdown: Marcal not a regular at Wolves The 33-year-old has been a solid servant for Wanderers, making 30 appearances for the club since joining in 2020.
Fernando Marcal is reportedly set to leave Wolves to return to his native country to join Botafogo in the summer Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have taken to social media to deliver their verdict on left-back Fernando Marcal, following the news of a reportedly agreed move to Brazilian club Botafogo in the summer.
Wolves transfer news: Fernando Marcal has reportedly agreed a free transfer move to Botafogo this summer Wolves wing-back Fernando Marcal has reportedly agreed a move to Brazilian club Botafogo. Marcal looks set to leave on a free transfer this summer, with his contract due to expire at the end of June.
Wolves journalist Tim Spiers admitted that he was baffled that Bruno Lage left Leander Dendoncker and Rayan Ait-Nouri on the bench against Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon. The lowdown The Old Gold lost 2-0 against Patrick Vieira’s side at Molineux, further damaging their European ambitions. It’s now three straight defeats for Lage’s side, who are two points behind seventh-placed Spurs despite having played two games more.
Wolves succumbed to their third Premier League defeat in a row this afternoon with a 2-0 loss against Crystal Palace at Molineux. An opening goal from Jean-Philippe Mateta followed by a penalty from Wilfried Zaha in the first half secured the three points for Patrick Vieira’s side, who will be travelling back to south London in a buoyant mood.
Jose Sa, Fernando Marcal and Raul Jimenez stood out as Wolves’ three poorest performers in Thursday’s 1-0 defeat at home to Arsenal, according to statistical analysis website Sofascore. Bruno Lage’s were looking to make it four wins in a row in the Premier League, while also aiming to bounce back from last weekend’s FA Cup exit at the hands of Norwich City.
Bruno Lage says he is ‘very happy’ with Wolves’ out-of-contract stars but is in no rush to tie up their futures. Experienced professionals Romain Saiss, Joao Moutinho, Fernando Marcal and John Ruddy are all out of contract this summer. The former two have been instrumental this season, while Marcal has played well when fit and Ruddy has proved to be a useful understudy to goalkeeper Jose Sa.
Wolves manager Bruno Lage has revealed the latest in his side’s plans for the January transfer window, with Premier League clubs having just nine days left to do business. What’s the story? As reported by The Athletic, Lage has confirmed that Wolves’ priority position to strengthen is the defence but admitted that it will be difficult to sign a centre-back, saying: “We have that idea [to buy a defender] but the market is very hard in January.
Birmingham City are planning for the January transfer window with talk about who might leave and who might come The January transfer window opens in little more than a week and Birmingham City have plenty of moving parts to contemplate. BirminghamLive revealed they have made two bids for Fleetwood’s James Hill and are interested in bringing the 19-year-old to St Andrew’s.
Lots of Wolves fans were left bemoaning some injury news before their game away at Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League on Wednesday night. As per Birmingham Live, Rayan Ait-Nouri was injured in the warm up in the build-up to the match, and thus had to be replaced by Fernando Marcal in the starting eleven at short notice.
Lots of Wolves fans were left blasting the performance of Fernando Marcal in their 1-0 win away at Brighton and Hove Albion on Wednesday night. Romain Saiss grabbed the only goal of the game for the visitors after a neat finish set up by a delightful pass rom Ruben Neves, but some members of the Molineux faithful were not too impressed with Marcal’s contribution to the win.
Bruno Lage has revealed he is testing some of his Wolves stars as emergency centre-backs in preparation for their impending shortage. Wolves will be left with two senior centre-backs when Romain Saiss and Willy Boly travel to the African Cup of Nations in the New Year, with Yerson Mosquera still injured.