09 Aug 2016 08:03:22
Anderson Talisker a done deal today and 3 more to follow, but next signings might be 11th hour negotiations on last day of transfer window - agents make it that way.
1.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 08:16:35
The Sako deal might be late because of the potential Yannick Bolaise transfer to Everton, or not.
2.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 08:41:17
Sakos not coming back.
3.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 08:54:09
Sorry I don't want Sako back. Maybe I'm cutting my nose off to spite my face but that's how it is. He was too quick to go after signing a 3 year deal. Just after money - not for me.
4.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 09:12:24
He went after his contract ran out didn't he?
Anyway I'm not excited by Sako coming back if it were true but I wouldn't moan if he did, he did so well for us and he got better at tracking back too, wouldn't be a bad thing
Dicko would be the most excited if his mate came back too.
5.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 09:21:02
TBH loyalty is a rare thing in football these days, and most footballers are only after one thing, at that is a good wage. If you was offered a load more money, for doing the same job, would you do it?
Also Sako could of gone when we went down to league 1, but he stuck with us, so fair play to him.
6.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 09:21:18
I thought Sako went to Palace on a free transfer? He signed for us on a 3 year contract initially. I think he would be awesome for us in this league I don't get fans moaning about a quality player coming back. the club failed to keep him imo and he did stick around to help us get out of league one.
7.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 09:41:38
Wasn't Sako promised Premiership football when he arrived? Instead we got relegated to a division miles from his ability, but he stayed with us, and then stayed for one last Prem push but it wasn't to be. No way can you say he wasn't loyal! I'd welcome him back with open arms - unfortunately I don't think this will be happening.
8.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 09:42:43
Why do people insist on saying they don't want players back, if you were offered more money and to better yourself then you would turn it down, pull the other one, that goes for everyday life not just football.
9.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 09:50:10
I don't blame Sako for leaving and I don't think he showed any disloyalty. He was out of contact and had the chance to earn good money and play Premiership football.
TBH I'm a little indifferent about whether he comes back or not. And I don't think it'll happen anyway.
10.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:04:13
just got this from Abola
Wolverhampton account close Talisca this week
09:45 - 09/ 08/ 2016
The A + A-
Wolverhampton yesterday asked the Football Association (FA) the work permit for Talisca, necessary documentation to complete the transfer of Brazilian striker of 22 years for England.
According can read this Tuesday in BALL, the Club Championship (equivalent to League 2) expected unblock the situation in the next two days and close the contract by the end of this week.
The transfer Talisca for the Wolves can render the eagles to EUR 25 million, but it is likely that business templates include a base amount and some clauses for goals - number of games, goals or individual awards.
11.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:17:12
Have we forgotten how he was crying after his last game because he didn't want to leave? He loved Wolves. you can't blame Sako for having ambition.
12.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:31:49
It has been a weird one this saga of Talisca signing.
The S*n claim the Brazilian is flying in to England today to seal a move to us. who knows, but he does look Class (assuming he is not injured. ho ho! )
13.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:41:19
And don't forget he had sparkly Wolves boots for his 100th game with us.
It might be quite a clever thing for him to come back, he might act like a bridge between who we were / our current players, and who we are becoming / the new players, help it all gel.
14.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:42:36
Believe it when I see it regarding Talsca i'm getting fed up of it tbh.
15.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:45:16
Seems some are confused on here, sako wanted prem football and stated he wanted it with wolves and stayed until the end of his contract. Regardless of having relegation to league 1. Maybe some posters could learn from that kind of loyalty, whether you rate him or not!
16.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:51:29
Can't understand why you keep calling Sako disloyal - he stayed after the first relegation, stayed after the promotion and stayed in the final year! At any of those stages Sako could have left and found another club, but didn't. He, and everybody else, knew that he should have been playing at a higher level and that his wages were a fraction of his true worth yet never moaned once. How can all of this equal disloyal?
Even at the end, the club didn't even bother offering Sako a new contract for fear of upsetting KMac and co. Most of us would have given him a bumper pay deal and made him feel wanted, but not Wolves (who just treated him like a second class citizen) . Hardly surprising he left, is it?
It's a different story now as I think the set up with Zenger is far more suited to him and certainly won't be treated like a child, as was the case with Jackett. l, like 90% of real Wolves fans, hope these rumours do come to life and we see the second chapter in his Wolves career.
Long live the Sako.
17.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:56:37
His name is Anderson Talisca, not Talisk or Talsca or Tesco.
18.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 10:59:37
Wolves also after Tottenham's Nabil Bentaleb.
19.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 11:07:13
Anderson Talisca article in the Sun today. Wolves set to sign Talisca
20.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 11:09:32
Well said wavidsmith. Sako took Wolves to his heart, that's what Walter wants and is what we need to be a wolfpack.
We saw what the 3 magics were like playing as a mini team of super bonded friends, if we can get whole team like that we will be unstoppable, we know Sako fits into that kind of thing, he would help bridge the old and new, so for me is a no brainer. Even if only for squad depth and as an impact sub to shake things up, he'd offer opposition a shock. And he's physically strong and used to the roughness of the Champ in maybe a way new continentals won't be. I think we'd benefit from the extra dimension he'd give us.
21.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 11:40:54
Now The Mirror at it.
"The Mirror understands that Wolverhampton Wanderers are closing in on the signing of Benfica star Anderson Talisca, with the Brazilian forward set to have his medical with the Championship side today (Tuesday) . "
How many false dawns?!
22.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 11:53:58
Sako, Dicko and Afobe hunted like a pack of wolves for us. In the time they played together (second half of our first championship season) our points total was good enough for AUTOMATIC PROMOTION! People forget that. Sako and Dicko can still do the business for us and we will have replacement striking options for Afobe.
23.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 12:12:09
It's alright us talking about Bony, Talisca, Sako and co but it's a centre half we need most. Surely they know this? How long can they leave it before it's too late? Us Wolves fans really DON'T want to rely on Batth, Hause and EEL this season.
24.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 12:49:34
Are you guys suggesting we pay Palace a fee for Sako when we got nothing for him 12 months ago? He was a good player and we did enjoy moments of brilliance from him. But he was one of eleven players in a team that was relegated to Division 1. If you take the misplaced passes, failure to track back to protect the full-back and general lethargy on some of his off-days then I would say let's aspire to better than Sako. Let's move forwards not back!
25.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 13:21:50
6 million for Sako is cheap for what you get in return.
26.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 13:39:35
Never Ending Story - let me guess, you'd rather someone who can 'put a shift in'? Ridiculous to suggest Sako would be a backwards step! He is superb, and in a better team, with better, more technical players he would be immense for us.
27.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 14:00:40
is that the big ambition of wolves now. SAKO. bloody sad if u ask me. forget him wasnt that good anyway.
28.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 14:36:58
Yes, demon, he's rubbish, we should just get Messi, because of course we've just been bought by Santa Claus and are the most attractive club in the World for players to want to come to.
Sako is immense at this level, we know he has passion in playing for us, it seems he wants to be here, he would fit in and get more out of the rest of our team, help enthuse them in the new project (as previously being one of them but also as one of the new incomings) once fit he would hit the ground running, I think you need to get a bit more realistic and reasonable.
29.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 16:19:17
Yes Lincs-Wolf, in the modern game the most gifted of players put in a shift. Also I remember Sako being in talks with the baggies after he left us. That repulsed me. Still I understand he has to earn a buck, but as far as I am concerned there are plenty of players out there at his level which we could and will be looking at as part of the Wolves Revolution! COYW.
30.) 09 Aug 2016
09 Aug 2016 16:25:43
Could be worse Never Ending Story, Don't forget Man United let Pogba go for 1.5m and paid a different fee to get him back ;-)