WOLVES SKIPPER DOUBTFUL FOR SAINTS CLASH

Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Conor Coady faces race against time to be fit for the game against Southampton on Monday night. The defender is a doubt for the Premier League match with the Saints after he was forced to leave the England team due to Covid-19 protocols.


Coady, 27, came in contact with someone who tested positive for Coronavirus and that led to his withdrawal from the last England squad earlier this month. The situation forced him to miss the three England games during the international break. He was absent as the Three Lions beat the Republic of Ireland 3-0 at home in a friendly match courtesy the goals from Harry Maguire, Jadon Sancho and Dominic Calvert-Lewin who scored his second goal for his country from the penalty spot.
The Wolves skipper also missed the UEFA Nations League games against Belgium and Iceland. England were beaten 2-0 by hosts Belgium through goals from YouriTielemans and Napoli attacker Dries Mertens. The Three Lions then thrashed Iceland 4-0 at home in their final game of the November international break via a late brace from Phil Foden plus other goals from Declan Rice and Mason Mount.

Wolves See Potential in a New Recruit

There have been several players who have been signed on by the Wolves for the new season in 2020. The initial excitement had been around Patrick Cutrone, an international striker from Italy and Jesus Vallejo, a defender from Real Madrid. Both came in with lots of potential but were unable to extend their stint. Pedro Neto was able to survive as well as thrive. He was also able to make a bigger impact than what people anticipate when he first arrived at Lazio in the summer of last year.

WOLVES TO POACH GUEYE

 

Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers are planning to lure Idrissa Gueye with a return to
England. The former Everton man has been quite decent for French giants Paris St-Germain. However,
with Tottenham pushing to have Ruben Neves, Wolves want Gueye to be the replacement.

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ATLETICO MADRID STILL WANT LACAZETTE

Atledtico Madri have not given up hope on signing Arsenal striker Alexandra Lacazette. The Rojiblancos made their interest in the Frenchman known during the January transfer window but no official move was made. Atletico needed a striker in January, since Diego Costa has been hit with a series of fitness issues. The former Chelsea striker has endured an injury hit season.

REAL MADRID TARGETS OWEN OTASOWIE

Spanish giants Real Madrid, continuing with their tradition of forever being nosy of other people’s jewels are reported helicoptering around Wolverhampton Wanderers best kept secret Owen Otasowie.

The 18-year-old until now has only featured in the EFL but last week against Besiktas, the manager decided to hand him the opportunity.
The youngster unfortunately for Wolves only has 6 months left on his contract and given the amount of attention he has already attracted to himself, keeping tabs on him over what decision he wants to make next is now suddenly more complicated than Wolves could have anticipated.

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Moutinho Might Extend His Contract

The wolves are in talks with João Moutinho, who is player of the year last season. They are in talks over the new contract which is related to its extension. The player is in line for an extension of two-year because the Nuno Espirito Santo switch to keep Portugal international at for the long-time at Molineux, in a development that will remove the darkness over the disappointing start of Wolves to the season.

He was signed last summer from Monaco for £5 million. Now, is having less than a year to finish his current deal, however Wolves are negotiating with Moutinho and want to keep him with the club for the next few seasons as well. The negotiation talks are at an advanced level and according to officials, the 33-year-old player would sign the final deal in the coming ten days.

Wolves Hero, Matt Jarvis Talks about his Injury Nightmare

Matt Jarvis, the former winger of Wolverhampton Wanderers talked about his injury nightmare and how it derailed his career. He has spent 5 glorious years at the Wolves and has helped the club to improve. He made a move to West Ham with a large sum in 2012. However, in 2015, he moved to Norwich City. Unluckily for the Canaries and Jarvis, this move might have brought upon horrifying luck for this former forward.

One injury after the other has made him limited to an only one-senior appearance in 3 years for Norwich. He has said that the series of cruel injuries have shunned his career. He said that he doesn’t remember the date but was playing at Manchester City and doing pretty well. He scored and the ball came to him. He was running for the ball and Toure just slid in for tackling and he went over to the block for tackling. He tore his medial and since then on it has been a nightmare for him. It has been tough for him. He went in for knee rehab and went to play for normal time. He might have played the full season but something wasn’t right.

WOLVES AFTER BENFICA HOTSHOT

The stock of Benfica youngster Joao Felix continues to rise after he scored a hattrick in the Europa League last Thursday. The 19-year-old is considered one of the hottest talent in football and it looks like a bidding war could ensue in the summer for his services.

Premier League side Wolves are the latest club to be linked to the young attacker. According to the Mirror Wolves are looking to making the player their signature signing in the summer. The Molineux based outfit joins Liverpool, Manchester United, PSG and Juventus in the race to sign Felix.

HOW HAVE WOLVES EMERGED AS THE BEST OF THE REST?

In the past three seasons in the Premier League, there have been a top 6 hierarchy consisting of Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal. This teams have the highest wage bills and are expected to compete for the title.

The TV deal has also seen the top 6 teams move apart from the remaining 14 teams in the league. However, in recent years, the title of the best of the rest has seen different clubs emerge in this position.

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