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Wolves winger moves to Bradford on loan

By original author Top Stories Lifeline for Beatties staff as House of Fraser deal approved Wolverhampton | Last updated: Less than an hour ago Family garage ransacked as thieves take £60,000 worth of parts Tipton | Last updated: Less than an hour ago 40 firefighters battle West Bromwich factory blaze West Bromwich | Last updated: Less than an hour ago WATCH: Wolverhampton golfer Aaron Rai aces hole in one and wins luxury car Wolverhampton | Last updated: Less than an hour ago TWENTY knife killings in one year as murder rate doubles in 36 months Crime | Last updated: 7 hours ago Ban the sale of deadly blades – sign our petition now Crime | Last updated: 7 hours ago Here comes the sun! Black Country to be hotter than Ibiza as heatwave arrives News | Last updated: 7 hours ago Wolverhampton Civic Hall design fees hit £1.9 million Wolverhampton | Last updated: 7 hours ago Where it all started for legendary Black Country landlady Ma Pardoe Netherton | Last updated: 3 hours ago Reagan Asbury murder trial: Jury spends three hours studying 60-second CCTV clip Walsall | Last updated: 5 hours ago Special event to mark …read more

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Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Sherwin Seedorf joins Bradford City on loan

By original author as reported by sportsmole.co.uk Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Sherwin Seedorf has joined Bradford City on loan. The 20-year-old winger, who is the nephew of Dutch legend Clarence Seedorf, will remain with the Bantams until next January. “It feels very good to start this journey and to develop myself as a player,” Seedorf told Bradford’s official website. “I’m a fast player. I love to take people on. I am a very direct player, so I can serve the strikers” “It’s very good to have good coaches, a young coach as well. He understands the players more.” Seedorf is yet to make a senior appearance for Wolves but was a regular for their Under-23 side last season. View the original post here… The post Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Sherwin Seedorf joins Bradford City on loan appeared first on sportsdroid. …read more

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Wolves’ ‘bulletproof’ transfer receiving praise, even gets front page

By Lucas Sposito First published by sportwitness.co.uk Rui Patrício is undoubtedly having a pretty exciting summer. After finally getting his transfer to the Premier League, the goalkeeper is now having a very good World Cup for Portugal, being one of the team’s most important players alongside Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo. This Friday, newspaper O Jogo has Patrício on their front page, calling him ‘bulletproof’. And to help them praise the new Wolves player, they’ve interviewed a couple of former national team goalkeepers. Vitor Baía and Ricardo have both spoken about Patrício, highlighting his ‘extraordinary mental force’, among his other qualities. “After all these problems of the termination with Sporting, he managed to get calm to the World Cup and do what he knows best, which is to defend and well,” Baía told O Jogo. “In recent years, Rui has been keeping a very high level and, due to hard work, achieved a very remarkable balance in what is the role of goalkeeper. In the last two years he has shown a quality above average. It’s always difficult to say that this is his best time because the best is always coming next.” Embed …read more

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Wolves could get Porto star for cut price – reports

By original author as reported by the birmingham mail, Wolves linked winger Yacine Brahimi may be forced to leave Porto by the club’s financial problems, according to reports. The Algerian has been linked with Newcastle, Everton and Wolves in recent weeks but appeared to dismiss that speculation when suggested he would see out the remainder of his contract with the Portuguese outfit. However, France Football, via Get French Football News , claim he will be on the market for between €25m and €30m anyway, as Porto seek to manage their costs. GFFN claim Inter Milan are also considering the 28-year-old, but only if they fail to agree a deal with Bordeaux for Brazilian winger Malcom, and other reports have linked Roma. The Algerian international who played 40 times for the Primeira Liga champions last season and scored ten times. He’s been at the Estadio do Dragao since 2014, when he signed from Spanish outfit Granada, and he has scored 40 goals in more than 150 appearances. Brahimi, formerly of Rennes, is heading into the final year of his contract with Porto and is understood to have a release clause in his current deal, enabling him to a move. Jack’s deliberation Wolves target Jack Wilshere will decide his …read more

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Wolves target Jack Wilshere’s latest update on his summer transfer

By original author as reported by the birmingham mail, Wolves target Jack Wilshere will decide his next move in the next few weeks, according to the player’s Instagram account. The 26-year-old revealed earlier this week he has decided to leave Arsenal after the best part of two decades at the club. Wilshere was willing to accept reduced terms but revealed he was unwilling to agree to the limited opportunities new manager Umai Emery informed him he would be given. And so with that the England international became a free agent, sparking a scramble for his services. Wolves, Crystal Palace and Everton are all claimed to be interested but so too are foreign giants like AC Milan, Sampdoria and Juventus. Indeed the bookmakers’ favourite in Turkish outfit Fenerbahce. And with Sky Sport News reporting today that West Ham are also interested, the midfielder clearly has much on his mind. Which is why he is getting away from it all and posted this update on social media. “A big few weeks in my life coming up. We will make the right decision for me and football, but with good people around me.” poll loading Do you want Jack Wilshere at Molineux next season? 0+ VOTES SO FAR Yes – …read more

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The Portuguese stars that Wolves and Jorge Mendes should be bringing to Molineux

By original author as reported by the birmingham mail, Rui Patricio is the latest Portuguese star to sign for Wolverhampton Wanderers. They also have Roderick Miranda, Ruben Vinagre, Ruben Neves, Helder Costa, Ivan Cavaleiro and Diogo Jota in their ranks. Here’s 10 stars Wolves could look at to further their Portuguese contingent: Joao Mario Joao Mario, 25, is an attacking midfielder who plays for Inter Milan but spent the second half of last season at West Ham. He has made 38 appearances for his country and last season made 14 Serie A appearances prior to his move and 13 Premier League appearances following it. Andre Gomes 24-year-old midfielder Andre Gomes switched Valencia for Barcelona in 2016 for £33 million. He now finds himself linked with a move away though after only making 16 league appearances last season. He has 29 senior caps for his country. Cedric Soares Cedric Soares, 26, is a right-back who plays his club football for Southampton. He made 32 Premier League appearances for the Saints last season, generating 3 assists. William Carvalho Sporting Lisbon star William Carvalho William Carvalho is a 26-year-old defensive midfielder who plays for Sporting Lisbon. He has 45 caps …read more

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From France: Wolves ‘a fan’ of player, an interesting offer would be awaited

By Naveen Ullal First published by sportwitness.co.uk On Thursday, we carried a report from Portuguese newspaper A Bola which covered Wolverhampton Wanderers’ interest in signing FC Porto winger Yacine Brahimi. The Algerian international’s contract with his current employers runs down in 2019 and there’s a €60m release clause in his contract. Porto are willing to sanction his sale for €30m as he has one year left. France Football now claims Brahimi is attracting interest from Serie A. AS Roma and Inter Milan are believed to be interested in the player, while he is still attracting interest from the Premier League. The report mentions Brahimi came close to joining Everton two seasons ago. Mentioning Wolves’ interest in the winger, France Football talks about how Nuno Espírito Santo’s side are ‘a fan’ of the 28-year-old. Embed from Getty Images “Unless there are interesting offers” from the newly promoted Premier League club, Brahimi’s future now lies in Italy. Inter “could advance very soon” for the player and the Nerazzurri are willing to pay a fee between €25m and €30m to Porto to secure the services of their wide-man. A Bola’s initial claims on Wolves weren’t very convincing, …read more

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Wolves jump in front of Leeds United in pursuit of young duo

By original author as reported by the birmingham mail, Wolves are taking a closer look at two Singapore internationals after jumping ahead of Leeds United in the pursuit for fresh talent. Brothers Irfan and Ikhsan Fandi are set for a trial in the Midlands and have already spoken to boss Nuno Espirito Santo. Irfan, 20, is a centre-half and Ikhsan, 19, an attacking midfielder. Both have full international caps. They were linked with a move to Leeds United earlier this summer and both had a trial at Dutch club Groningen in March. Reports in Singapore revealed the news and explained how the pair had met with Wolves representatives. It appears that Leeds are no longer in the running. Abel latest Leeds hope to complete a deal for Abel Hernandez despite late interest, according to reports. The striker, who has been linked with Wolves and Aston Villa, is a free agent after rejecting a contract at Hull City. And The Mirror reckons the new Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa has given the signing the green light. However, they also say Cardiff and Cagliari are considering a late attempt to hijack the deal. If Leeds do finally get their man it would conclude a lengthy saga which has been running since the end of last …read more

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