Wolverhampton Wanderers are keeping a close eye on free agent striker Diego Costa, according to UOL journalist Bruno Andrade. Costa’s contract at Atletico Madrid was terminated at the end of December, and he has been a free agent ever since. The Spaniard agreed to rip up the deal six months early after marking only two La Liga starts prior to Christmas.
Wolves journalist Joe Edwards has been sharing his thoughts on Old Gold striker Rafa Mir and his future at the Midlands club. This comes after Edwards made an appearance on a recent video from the Express & Star’s YouTube channel alongside Nathan Judah where the duo spoke about Wolves’ current attacking players.
Vitinha saw Premier League starts very limited last season under Nuno Espirito Santo and despite being available for just £18 million, Wolves legend Steve Bull can’t see him being any more than just a backup option at Wolves next term. Wolves brought in Vitinha under the guidance of both Jorge Mendes and Nuno, and despite being handed just five starts in the league, Wolves are still expected to exercise their option to buy the 21-year old.
Talks between Liverpool and Porto over the transfer of Marko Grujic appear to be stalling, forcing the Portuguese club to turn their attention to a Wolves man instead. Grujic was Jurgen Klopp’s first signing as Liverpool manager, but five years later has still only made 16 first-team appearances for them.
WOLVES are plotting a sensational swoop to bring former Chelsea striker Diego Costa back to England. The 32-year-old is currently a free agent after he was released by Atletico Madrid back in January. Spanish international Costa has been linked with a host of clubs over the past several months as he plots his next move.
After being signed for £36 million, many expected Fabio Silva to be one of the brightest talents in the Premier League. However, after being thrown in at the deep end his flaws were quickly exposed, with Wolves legend Steve Bull claiming that the striker still has a lot to learn.
According to football.london, Tottenham Hotspur’s managing director of football, Fabio Paratici admires former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo as the hunt for a new manager continues. Tottenham’s search for a new manager, following the sacking of Jose Mourinho back in April year, has hit the rocks.
Wolves ace Pedro Neto is happy with his injury recovery progress. The Express & Star says the 21-year-old Portuguese saw an outstanding 2020/21 campaign cut short as he fractured his patella at Fulham in April. It is now nine weeks since he had surgery, though, and it is believed everything has gone to plan thus far.
Goalkeeper Rui Patricio is edging closer to leaving Wolves to join AS Roma, according to Fabrizio Romano. The lowdown Wolves signed Patricio back in 2018 after he terminated his contract with Sporting Lisbon (via BBC Sport). He penned a four-year deal at the time, so is now entering the final 12 months of the agreement.
Wolves great Steve Bull has welcomed new signing Yerson Mosquera. Bull wrote for the Express & Star: "We had been waiting for a couple of weeks to see what might happen, and Mosquera is the first to arrive under Bruno Lage. "It's interesting they have gone for a younger player as we've said plenty of times about needing to bring more experience in.
Everton and Wolves are eyeing AC Milan striker Rafael Leao. Calciomercato.com says Leao could be allowed to leave the San Siro to fund a move for Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud. It is believed the Italian giants would want around £24million for the 22-year-old. Everton and Wolves have reportedly already made offers for the Portuguese forward.
Wolves journalist Nathan Judah has been sharing his thoughts on Old Gold winger Daniel Podence and his future at Molineux. This comes after Judah made an appearance on a recent video from the Express & Star’s YouTube channel alongside Joe Edwards, where the pair spoke about the current attacking players in Wolves’ squad at the moment.
Wolves will be wanting to have a busy summer transfer window and perhaps will have to reshuffle some of their squad numbers Wolverhampton Wanderers have already started their summer transfer business as of this week when they signed Yerson Mosquera from Atletico Nacional. Having completed their first bit of business, they will be looking to welcome more new signings - and assign them with brand new squad numbers.
Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio is a step closer to signing for AS Roma. Roma sports chief Tiago Pinto is in advanced talks to ferry the Portugal No1 away from Molineux. Sky Italia says Patricio has reached an agreement over terms with Roma. The 33 year-old has made it clear he wants to make the move and now Roma need to strike a price with Wolves.
Everton managerial favourite Rafael Benitez has given the club the ‘green light’ to launch a move for Wolverhampton Wanderers skipper Conor Coady, according to Football Insider. The lowdown Coady came through the youth set-up at Everton’s local rivals Liverpool, making two senior appearances before a move to Huddersfield Town.
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Former Premier League boss Lawrie Sanchez believes that Wolves are being run by agent Jorge Mendes. The club have appointed Bruno Lage as their new boss after his spell at Benfica. Lage is a client of Mendes, just as their previous manager Nuno Espirito Santo was. Indeed, Sanchez is worried about the influence the super-agent is having on the club, given that the owners at Molineux, Fosun, have a stake in the Portuguese’s agency, Gestifute.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is considering a move for former Wolves manager Nuno. Nuno has held talks Crystal Palace and Everton, with the Portuguese keen on the Goodison Park job. With Rafa Benitez's name dominating the Blues boss chat in recent days and Tottenham - who sacked Jose Mourinho back in April - still on the look out for a new manager, Nuno is now being linked with their vacancy.