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Wolverhampton Wanderers plan raid for Liverpool striker

By Sri Aswin As reported by eyefootball.com Liverpool striker Divock Origi has reportedly emerged as a target for Wolverhampton Wanderers ahead of the 2019 winter transfer window. The post Wolverhampton Wanderers plan raid for Liverpool striker appeared first on sportsdroid. …read more

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City chase Wolves ace

By ClubCall As published by clubcall.co.uk Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is still being linked with a move for Wolves star Ruben Navas despite his price tag. Newly promoted Wolves are desperate to keep their star man and the 21-year-old has enjoyed a great start to the season in the Premier League. That form has led to him being linked with a move away and City are said to be keen as they look for a holding midfielder who can eventually replace Brazilian star Fernandinho at the club. The £15.8m signing from Porto, who has had a price tag of £60m slapped on his head by Wolves, only signed a new five-year deal at Molineux last summer but that may not deter Guardiola from making a move. City have spent the last six months compiling extensive reports on Neves as well as Ajax’s Frenkie De Jong and Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele, as the boss considers his options for January and beyond. The post City chase Wolves ace appeared first on ClubCall.com. The post City chase Wolves ace appeared first on sportsdroid. …read more

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Wolves must sell 24-year-old with January exit claimed…but replacement is needed

By Danny Owen As published by hitc.com, Leo Bonatini has not scored a league goal for Wolverhampton Wanderers since netting against Birmingham City in December 2017. Just what on earth happened to Leo Bonatini at Wolverhampton Wanderers? The Brazilian striker enjoyed a brilliant start to life at Molineux after arriving on loan from Al Ahli in the summer of 2017 but his form collapsed like a dying star after netting the winner in a 1-0 victory against Birmingham City on December 2017. Quite remarkably, Bonatini has not scored a single league goal since then. And it’s a measure of how far his stock has fallen at Wolves that he hasn’t started any of their 12 Premier League games so far this season. Now, a January exit could be on the cards. According to Fotospor, striker searching Galatasaray sent scouts to watch Bonatini in the recent 1-1 draw away at Arsenal – though he didn’t get off the bench at The Emirates. No goals in Gold And with just one goal in all competitions over the last 11 months, coming in an EFL Cup win against Sheffield Wednesday, Wolves should have no qualms about cashing in The post Wolves must sell 24-year-old with January …read more

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Getting to know Wolverhampton Wanderers starlet Morgan Gibbs-White

By Off The Pitch Media First published by shoot.co.uk Here at SHOOT we endeavour to keep a watchful eye over the emerging talents in world football and keep you in the know in terms of who you should be watching out for in the years to come. Following last month’s edition on Liverpool midfielder Curtis Jones, this time we take the trip to the West Midlands to focus on the bright future of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Morgan Gibbs-White. A box-to-box central midfielder with the attributes to fill in anywhere across the middle of the park or off a centre-forward, Gibbs-White joined Wolves’ academy at the age of just 8. Having represented his boyhood club at every level, his impressive rise through the ranks saw him earn a first-team debut against Stoke City in the FA Cup aged 16. Six months on from that memorable day, the Stafford-born starlet experienced one of the greatest moments of his life, hitting the headlines as part of the England U17s team to win the World Cup. Gibbs-White (far right) was pivotal in England’s U17 World Cup winning campaign in 2017. A key member of the team alongside Manchester City’s Phil Foden in the Young Lions’ midfield, Gibbs-White scored in …read more

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Could Brexit impact on Wolves?

By original author But if the Football Association gets its way, the landscape of the most popular league in world football will be changed forever post-Brexit – and Wolves would be impacted too. View the original post here… The post Could Brexit impact on Wolves? appeared first on sportsdroid. …read more

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Wolves Quiz

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Liverpool transfer news: Wolves target January striker deal after making initial approach

By original author as reported by daily express, Under Jurgen Klopp, Origi has slipped down the pecking order this term with Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane spearheading the attack. Reports last weekend suggested that Klopp could offload Dominic Solanke, so long as Origi isn’t sold. But according to the Daily Mirror, Wolves have made it their priority to land a forward and Origi is top of their list. Origi is thought to be valued at £20million, and the Mirror suggests that Wolves are ready to firm up their interest. The midlands club initially made an enquiry for the Belgian last summer. Meanwhile, Danny Murphy thinks Solanke may have to leave Liverpool to further his career. He said: “Solanke may need to leave Liverpool if he is to progress. “He needs to be playing football if he’s to improve, but he’s unlikely to get on the pitch at Liverpool. “It would be a big decision to leave Liverpool because it’s one of the biggest clubs in the country, but it might be best for his career. “He will probably look to go out on loan initially as I can’t see him jumping the queue ahead of Liverpool’s other options. “[Ruben] Loftus-Cheek and [Marcus] Rashford are …read more

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Wolves eye £20 million January swoop for Liverpool’s Divock Origi

By Darren Wells as reported by mirror.co.uk. Wolves are lining-up a January bid for the £20 million rated Liverpool striker Divock Origi . The newly-promoted midlands club have made signing a new forward a priority in the next transfer window. Wolves first asked about Belgian international Origi during the summer and are now ready to firm up their interest. Origi has only played once for Liverpool this season, and has fallen down the pecking order at the Merseyside club. He has scored 21 goals in 78 appearances for Liverpool after joining them in a £10m move from Lille in 2014. Divock Origi of Liverpool competes with Milan Rodic of Red Star Belgrade (Image: Liverpool FC via Getty Images) Since arriving at Anfield, he has had loan spells back at Lille and at Wolfsburg. The 23-year-olds only performance this season came as a substitute in the 2-0 Champions League defeat to Red Star Belgrade. Wolves boss Nuno sees Origi as good competition for his current crop of strikers, with Raul Jimenez so far their most prolific with three goals this campaign. Origi is no longer in manager Jurgen Klopp’s plans (Image: Action images via Reuters) Read More Liverpool meanwhile have been boosted …read more

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