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Transfers, News & Rumours[LIVE]

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The 2021/22 season will kick off on the second weekend in August with the fixtures due to be announced at 9 am on Wednesday (June 16th),
Newly appointed head coach Bruno Lage is in place, we await the return of the squad from international duty at the end of the month and the inevitable transfers in and out.
Now that Nuno will be taking on the managerial role at Tottenham it will be fascinating to watch how the Spurs squad develop under his tutelage.

My daughter and her partner went to watch the England cricket game. She said that after so long of being suppressed by Covid-19, the atmosphere with a crowd of 17,000 in attendance was unbelievable. Let's hope that our first game at Molineux has 32,000 fans in the stadium, the atmosphere in there will be something else!!

It's exciting times for Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and I'm looking forward to this season, to see the Lage evolution of the squad and hopefully, see us qualify for European football again.

posted on 11/8/21

Cutrone off to Empoli it would seem. DiMarzo reporting and Romano backing it up. The kind of loan he needed, should genuinely be battling for a starting spot this time.

posted on 11/8/21

If we're to believe what's been written above, then Wolves will never be able to break into the top six and look forward to European football.

Fosun promised a ten year planned in which they stated new investment on players and ground improvement.

The transfer market in general has been slow due to the Euro's and the Olympics, but to date we stand in 12th place on transfer money activities.

Chelsea have a surplus of 31.68m on their transfers, while Manchester City leads the way in money spent with a deficit of 79.83m followed closely by United with 76.50m.

Wolves have a deficit of 13.32m, but that will likely be wiped out with the transfer of Mir.

Fosun need to stand up and be counted and put their money where their mouth is, or we will be a club that will be mid table at best for the next few seasons and then maybe relegation fodder again. Players will want to leave if we don't have a strong squad capable of emulating at least our 7th place finishes.

I have read about the temporary stand situation, but that should not be a monetary problem as it doesn't fall within the FFP rules (even if those rules have been temporarily suspended).

posted on 11/8/21

comment by Cinciwolf----Wolves poster of the millennium (U11551)
posted 8 minutes ago
Cutrone off to Empoli it would seem. DiMarzo reporting and Romano backing it up. The kind of loan he needed, should genuinely be battling for a starting spot this time.
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my cousins left florence to go there and live and still drive in to florence on the daily, it's his level

posted on 11/8/21

comment by wolfieinFL (U16306)
posted 3 minutes ago
If we're to believe what's been written above, then Wolves will never be able to break into the top six and look forward to European football.

Fosun promised a ten year planned in which they stated new investment on players and ground improvement.

The transfer market in general has been slow due to the Euro's and the Olympics, but to date we stand in 12th place on transfer money activities.

Chelsea have a surplus of 31.68m on their transfers, while Manchester City leads the way in money spent with a deficit of 79.83m followed closely by United with 76.50m.

Wolves have a deficit of 13.32m, but that will likely be wiped out with the transfer of Mir.

Fosun need to stand up and be counted and put their money where their mouth is, or we will be a club that will be mid table at best for the next few seasons and then maybe relegation fodder again. Players will want to leave if we don't have a strong squad capable of emulating at least our 7th place finishes.

I have read about the temporary stand situation, but that should not be a monetary problem as it doesn't fall within the FFP rules (even if those rules have been temporarily suspended).
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Last season was the genuine chance to break the top six after back to back seventh spots. West Ham even managed 65 points ffs. We decided to suddenly reboot with a bunch of kids and plan for 5 years time. Pretty daft strategy if you ask me.

posted on 11/8/21

comment by Tino Bambino (U2087)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Cinciwolf----Wolves poster of the millennium (U11551)
posted 8 minutes ago
Cutrone off to Empoli it would seem. DiMarzo reporting and Romano backing it up. The kind of loan he needed, should genuinely be battling for a starting spot this time.
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my cousins left florence to go there and live and still drive in to florence on the daily, it's his level
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Yeah it is a good move I think, after the last two years it is exactly the sort of loan he needed, up to him now, settle down and score some goals.

posted on 11/8/21

gives me a chance to watch more of empoli and my favourite young italian midfielder

posted on 11/8/21

comment by Tino Bambino (U2087)
posted 10 minutes ago
gives me a chance to watch more of empoli and my favourite young italian midfielder
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who dat?

posted on 11/8/21

samuele ricci

posted on 11/8/21

All from the E&S:-

£17m bid for winger?

Interest continues in Georgian winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia.

According to his agent, Mamuka Jugheli, Wolves are one of a number of teams interested in securing his services before the window shuts at the end of the month.

“Khvicha is wanted by almost every team in the English Premier League, for example, Everton, Brighton and Wolves, but one thing is interest and the other is a real offer.

“Apart from Inter from Italy, Kvaratskhelia is also wanted by Juventus. There’s the interest of Atalanta, Napoli and Lazio. The initiative is shown by at least five clubs of the German Bundesliga.”

The Rubin Kazan winger is valued at £16.2m
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Wolves are said to be on the tail of Las Palmas youngster Alberto Moleiro.

The teenager is attracting interest from a number of clubs from across Europe.

Bruno Lage has already been able to take a look at him first-hand.

Wolves faced Las Palmas recently during the club’s pre-season training camp in Marbella.

The Premier League side were beaten 3-2, with Ki-Jana Hoever and Morgan Gibbs-White the Wolves goalscorers.

Moleiro impressed in the game, and it seems Wolves would be keen to snap him up
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Wolves have been linked to Kang-in Lee for months now, even before Nuno Espírito Santo left the English club in May.

Bruno Lage was appointed as Nuno’s successor at Molineux and the ex-Benfica manager’s arrival hasn’t changed Wolves’ plan to sign the Valencia man.

The Premier League side are ‘still on the prowl’ and have been interested in the 20-year-old since April.

Lee has entered his final year of contract and Los Ches are clear they want to sell him in the ongoing window.

posted on 12/8/21

apparently utd are no longer after Neves, so he'll be off then

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