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Adama Traore waiting for green light to play in Spain's Euro 2020 opener against Sweden next week
The Wolves winger is awaiting the all-clear to play for Spain in Monday's Euro 2020 opener against Sweden after recovering from the injury that kept him out of early training sessions.
Tottenham interested in signing Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale
Tottenham are among the clubs interested in handing Aaron Ramsdale a Premier League reprieve. The goalkeeper was relegated with Sheffield United last season but could get a new lifeline.
When are the Premier League 2021/22 fixtures released? Full details on announcement
The focus may currently be on Euro 2020, but the 2021/22 Premier League fixture list will soon be announced! Sportsmail takes you through the all-important details.
Premier League: The new runners and riders for Tottenham, Everton and Crystal Palace jobs
The managerial merry-go round keeps on revolving. Sportsmail takes a look at what's changed, who the leading candidates are and just how close the clubs are to securing their new No 1s.
Wolves CONFIRM Bruno Lage as their new boss after weeks of talks
Lage, was confirmed as Nuno Espirito Santo's successor on Wednesday - after Sportsmail revealed last month that the former Benfica coach was the leading contender to take over.
Crystal Palace END talks with Nuno Espirito Santo over becoming their new manager
EXCLUSIVE BY SAMI MOKBEL: Club officials on Tuesday night pulled the plug on their attempts to make the Portuguese, who left Wolves at the end of last season, their next boss.
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Why Liverpool should sign Ruben Neves in the future According to Liverpool Echo, Liverpool have been previously linked with Ruben Neves. Their interest goes as far back as his Porto days when he was their captain, leading them in Champions League games. Liverpool’s assistant manager Pep Lijnders has strong connections with Wolves who have a […] More
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Why Wolves should return for Paulinho in January According to an older report from Daily Mail, Wolves were interested in bringing Paulinho from Braga to add to their attacking options. Now the Braga boss has tipped the forward to make a move to England next summer after being impressed with the player’s performances (source – […] More
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Why Yunus Musah would be a good long-term signing for Wolves According to 90min (h/t Birmingham Mail), Wolves are said to be interested in Yunus Musah of Valencia. The youngster, who has taken La Liga by storm this season with his performances, has attracted the attention of a multitude of Premier League clubs such as […] More
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Why Wolves should sign M’bala Nzola to add more depth to their attack According to Tuttomercato (h/t Birmingham Live), Wolves have been touted to make a move for M’Bala Nzola of Spezia in the January transfer window. His agent has mentioned interest from English clubs which, according to the report, are Newcastle and West Ham. […] More
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Why Wolves signing Renato Sanches would be a great move According to Calciomercato (h/t ESPN), Wolves want to sign Renato Sanches from Lille. The player has attracted their interest after regaining some form over the last season. He had to encounter some difficult spells at Bayern and Swansea before settling down in France. Profile Renato Sanches […] More
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Why Wolves should return for Joao Palhinha in the next transfer window According to Birmingham Live, Wolves have kept a firm interest in Joao Palhinha of Sporting CP. It has also been reported that the player is keen on a move to the Premier League and Wolves could be to his liking. The interest from Wolves […] More
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Wolves Latest News
- Wed, 09 Jun 2021 09:20:57 +0000: Bruno Lage wants to do ‘great things’ at Wolves after being appointed manager - Wolverhampton Wanderers | The Guardian
- Lage won Portuguese title with Benfica in 2019
- The 45-year-old succeeds compatriot Nuno Espírito Santo
Wolves have appointed Bruno Lage as their new head coach three weeks after parting company with Nuno Espírito Santo. Lage returns to English football having worked as Carlos Carvalhal’s assistant manager at Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea.
Wolves’ recruitment process was complicated by the need to obtain a work permit for Nuno’s Portuguese compatriot as a result of a change to employment regulations after Brexit.Continue reading...
- Wed, 02 Jun 2021 17:55:11 +0000: Wolves close to appointing Bruno Lage as manager after FA clearance - Wolverhampton Wanderers | The Guardian
- Lage initially failed to clear post-Brexit regulations
- He won Portuguese title with Benfica in 2019
Wolves are a step closer to appointing Bruno Lage as their manager after the move was cleared by the Football Association. The 45-year-old initially failed to pass post-Brexit regulations but, at a hearing on Wednesday, Wolves won their case.Continue reading...
- Tue, 25 May 2021 07:00:23 +0000: Premier League 2020-21: the best photos from a tumultuous season - Wolverhampton Wanderers | The Guardian
Our picture editor Jonny Weeks selects his favourite images from the season including dodgy tackles, irate fans and unforgettable goals
With the start of the season delayed due to coronavirus and football fans still unable to attend matches, it was an eerie beginning to the 2020-21 football calendar. Few could have predicted how it would all turn out.Continue reading...
- Sun, 23 May 2021 23:01:42 +0000: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action - Wolverhampton Wanderers | The Guardian
Klopp’s underperformers pull their socks up, fearsome Fornals proves his worth and Foxes could mount a title challenge
A season that looked at once stage like a bona fide catastrophe for Liverpool has not only ended on a high but with a handful of their more maligned performers getting them over the line. Alisson put an error-riddled season behind him with last week’s glorious header. Trent Alexander-Arnold returned to the form that marks him out as a captain-in-waiting. Thiago Alcântara, whose integration to the side coincided with its calamitous downturn in form, swaggered majestically through the run-in. And Sadio Mané finished a campaign to forget with the goals that set the stage for next season. Which is not to say all is suddenly rosy at Anfield – the squad is getting no younger and one of Europe’s best midfielders has bid the club goodbye – but any talk of crumbling dynasties has been proved wildly premature. It says much about Jürgen Klopp that the most miserable year of his Liverpool tenure concluded with him grinning manically as he soaked up the acclaim of rapturous fans. Alex HessContinue reading...
- Sun, 23 May 2021 21:03:53 +0000: Man arrested after racist gesture to Rio Ferdinand at Wolves - Wolverhampton Wanderers | The Guardian
- Ferdinand was at Manchester United game as TV pundit
- Wolves have apologised to former England defender
Wolves have apologised to Rio Ferdinand after a supporter was arrested having made a racist gesture towards the former Manchester United and England defender at Molineux.
Ferdinand was at the stadium working as a pundit as Wolves were beaten 2-1 by United in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.Continue reading...
Wolves News Archives
- Wed, 09 Jun 2021 10:02:37 +0000: Wolves: Bruno Lage appointed as new manager - BBC Sport
Wolves appoint former Benfica boss Bruno Lage as their new manager.
- Wed, 02 Jun 2021 14:21:04 +0000: Bruno Lage: Wolves able to appoint Portuguese as manager - BBC Sport
Bruno Lage is closer to becoming the next Wolves boss after being cleared to move to the Premier League.
- Mon, 31 May 2021 13:04:07 +0000: Matt Jarvis: Ex-England, Wolves and West Ham winger confirms retirement - BBC Sport
Former Wolves and England winger Matt Jarvis, who has been with National League Woking for 15 months, is retiring.
- Mon, 31 May 2021 05:25:04 +0000: MOTDx Euros Wonderkids Challenge: Wolves Under-18s midfielder Ethan McLeod shows off his skills - BBC Sport
Wolverhampton Wanderers Under-18s attacking midfielder Ethan McLeod takes on the MOTDx Euros Wonderkids Challenge
- Thu, 27 May 2021 11:17:43 +0000: Seyi Olofinjana: Nigerian aims to help revive the fortunes of Swiss club Grasshopper - BBC Sport
Ex-Nigeria player Seyi Olofinjana is aiming to help revive the fortunes of Swiss side Grasshopper Zurich as the club's new technical director.