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10 Jun 2024 18:12:51
Manchester United target £60million transfer of Wolves star to fill striker void
Manchester United scouts have watched Matheus Cunha during his time at Wolves while West Ham's Mohammed Kudus is well known to boss Erik ten Hag - whose own future remains in question

HandsomeLad

1.) 10 Jun 2024 20:40:02
Old news and the rumour has already been deemed as false by both Wolves and Manchester United.


 

 

06 Jun 2024 18:58:55
Galatasaray are now keen to sign Lemina this summer, and plan to make a £3.4 million offer soon. The publication go as far as to claim that Lemina has said to Gala that he would go there if they can reach an agreement with Wolves.

HandsomeLad

1.) 06 Jun 2024 19:52:27
Not sure why he would want to do that if true? Obviously it’s not as that would be a terrible move.


2.) 06 Jun 2024 21:16:56
Maybe personal reasons or not fully settled, let's see how this develops.


3.) 06 Jun 2024 21:26:31
£3.4m? Just saw a pig flying past the window.No way he'd leave little bro either.You can tell it's the cricket season for the next week or so.


4.) 07 Jun 2024 01:56:09
Yet Lemina has made it clear he loves it at Wolves and wants to stay, don't believe everything you read on X.


5.) 07 Jun 2024 11:22:22
Would seem very odd for him and the club to go to all the effort (last window) of signing his younger brother to help them be together after his dad passing for Mario to then decide he wants to move country?! Even odder that the club would sell him for less than half they paid! Surely just paper nonsense?! ?


6.) 07 Jun 2024 15:53:06
Yes it's all probably nonsense but if you look at Mario's career he's been a bit of a journey man.


7.) 07 Jun 2024 16:27:12
Fair Ard but that still doesn't explain why we'd sell a first team player for pence on the pound. Let's be honest anyone in our squads for sale at the right price, but if the right price for starting players is half of what we paid for um then we are in REAL trouble! Just don't see it but who knows ?


8.) 07 Jun 2024 18:33:26
Rumours seem to be gathering momentum. I've seen it mentioned that he fancies another crack at Champion's League. I really hope he stays, but if he really does want the move, there's no point in standing in his way.


9.) 07 Jun 2024 21:42:07
BB 3 to 4 million is a huge hit yes.

if market prices are down this window, and we won't really know for a few weeks if this will be the case, then I suppose it could be that clubs find they are in negative equity on playing assets with players that are over valued on the balance sheet but the selling club will not be able to realise the aasset value.

I'm not a financial expert but the PSR rules will surely have some kind of impact on valuations and fees.

Like houses or any asset if you buy at the top end and the market stagnates you're sitting on a potential loss.


10.) 07 Jun 2024 22:13:35
I would have thought Mario was a required player. He’s under contract and a potential captain. There’s no way we will let him go for petty cash as it would mean paying a much higher fee to replace him. If I am wrong, the club is in trouble!


11.) 07 Jun 2024 23:53:51
Got to be honest gents I can't find those rumours anywhere? Would appreciate the link. Like I said I could see us selling anyone this season but I can't believe we would do so on Lemina at a huge loss?! It would make no sense as we'd sell him and be left paying off about another £4m for a player we now have to replace?! Every player has there price, but I don't believe his will be any less than the £8-9m we paid?! Guessing they will be buying Noah (his bro) as well?! I just don't see it gents but who knows ?


12.) 07 Jun 2024 23:58:58
If he really has one year left on his contract like it says and we haven't built an extension in then I really do despair! It would be like we've learnt nothing from Ruben! ?


13.) 08 Jun 2024 17:45:28
BB - I have seen the rumour and believe that yes he is in his last year so the sale price would be at or about his book value.
However it would be madness beyond all madness to sell him at this level or indeed anything up to at least 10x this
If he wasn't in the last year of his contract and 30 you would say he is worth far more than even that. (Arddunby I believe you are correct re prices and that is why I only said 10x the offer)
Alongside Gomes he formed one of the best CM pairs in the league between Sep and Feb (For example they totally outplayed Fernandez and Caicedo at Chelsea who cost nearly £200m more!).
He is undoubtedly one of our top 5 players who are all top 4 quality!
None of them should be sold - Cunha, Neto, RAN and the 2 CMs.
(Accept transfer policy is formed/forced by your financial status and we obviously don't know just how bad it is. However after looking at our historic accounts it is hard to believe that it is now so bad that we are forced to make the self defeating decisions some are sugesting we should/will make)
For many of the fans who assume that we will/should sell Neto be careful what you wish for.
I accept he only played 19 games last year but in those we got 28 points, (and would have had more with VAR playing ball), in the other 19 games we got 18!
In other words with him we are a European football team and a relegation battle side without!
Think about that! How many players can you name that would singlehandedly transform the Forest side into a Champions League team!
That is why all the top sides want him.
If fit he is one of the top handful of players in the league and worth, (if fit ), way more than £60m.
Hopefully we keep him, he reamins fit, and in January if we have to for his sake, (obviously not ours), with enough points on the board to stay up again next year, we can sell him for his true worth - cf Grealish, Caicedo, Fernandez, Anthony etc etc


14.) 08 Jun 2024 20:14:32
Wise words as usual tfiog


15.) 09 Jun 2024 18:14:58
Almost spot on future.I'd guess Dawson's stats aren't too dissimilar.Our two most important players last season by a country mile in my opinion.


16.) 11 Jun 2024 00:22:16
Personally I can't see him going anywhere. Or his brother. He came here not knowing what to expect. He was welcomed with open arms. Soon became a fan favourite! We love him. And from what has been reported he loves us. He's clearly happy here and sees a future in Old Gold, at least for the foreseeable! Otherwise he would of warned his younger brother away from here. I do think one of our top players will leave this window. But I don't think he would even be in contention. At the very least he could have another season with us, settled, around family, to show his worth and attract the big money clubs. I respect and admire loyalty, but I could never criticise someone for making a decision that could make their life better - sometimes it just has to be done! But I do feel that his short lived partnership with Gomez has opened both their eyes (as they have mine!) into just what they could achieve in this top tier league of football. Imagine what GON could achieve next season with the opportunity to bring in exactly what he is looking for. The fact that the window hasn't even opened yet and apparently we have signed a talent that is recognised by 'giants' like Madrid in Gomes really does fill me with hope! Yes, the price hike was a rubbishter - I'm not a STH but I still feel that way - but my god, it is to me a rather alien feeling that we seem to have secured one hell of a player before the window opens, rather than wondering on deadline day if we will even sign anyone at all. I expect sales. And people we would rather not go. But I think if we can keep hold of the likes of Lemina, Cunha, Gomez, then we could afford to cash in on the likes of Neto, Sa, Kilman etc. We just need to have covering options lined up before we do so. With the situation the club was left in just over a year ago when Lopetegui walked, everyone wrote us off and had us in a relegation battle. I didn't completely write us off, but certainly didn't expect much myself.

I for one cannot wait to see what this window brings, and what GON has up his sleeves.

Bring on next season, FWAW


 

 

01 Jun 2024 15:24:41
Wolverhampton Wanderers plan to sell Chiquinho this summer, despite him impressing on loan at Famalicão.

HandsomeLad

1.) 01 Jun 2024 17:32:24
He's blown hot and cold there Handsome so don't make things up. Certainly, his end of season form was an improvement on what he'd shown earlier in the campaign.


2.) 01 Jun 2024 21:22:08
I'm not making it up. Do you think you read everything ever printed about Wolves. Did you not learn your lesson when one of you said I was making up nonsense about Semedo?


3.) 01 Jun 2024 21:38:40
I've watched various of his games Handsome so, yes, you are making it up. His stats are also out there as are his match by match ratings.No idea what your Semedo point is but that's irrelevant to Chiquinho.


4.) 01 Jun 2024 21:48:15
You're being taken for a ride Old Wulf, don't engage.


5.) 02 Jun 2024 02:00:54
He isn't making it up but nothing is set yet the actual story is Wolves will listen to offers in the region of £4.5million.


6.) 02 Jun 2024 14:53:42
Take what I entered and put it in a search engine. Then you can find the article and apologize.


7.) 02 Jun 2024 16:17:25
What he is making up folks is, "despite him impressing on loan at Famalicao ". I follow all our loanees on their travels and can assure you that he didn't impress. He had some good performances towards the end of an otherwise mediocre campaign. If there's any truth in the £4.5m his less than impressive performances might be a reason why.


8.) 03 Jun 2024 08:25:02
Scored5made4 and got5mom awards.more than any other player.played over 20games.id bring him back and integrate into our alredy underwhelming squad


9.) 03 Jun 2024 14:23:29
Actually Bux, played 27 league games for Famalicao scoring 5 and had 2 assists. Interestingly collected 11 yellow cards and 1 red.


 

 

29 Apr 2024 18:20:53
Wolves get a million pound bonus if Leicester get promoted. Part of the Conor Coady deal.

HandsomeLad

1.) 30 Apr 2024 06:24:38
Good mews


2.) 30 Apr 2024 09:44:34
No need to get catty Nigelt2


 

 

18 Apr 2024 21:27:50
Alex Berenguer is at the end of his contract and is attracting Premier League attention, including from Wolves. Attacking midfielder.

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29 May 2024 17:47:37
DeBet, an online bookmaker, is about to be revealed as Wolves' new primary sponsor.

Hwang Hee-chan and Mario Lemina have already been listed on the website of the Vietnamese company, and it is anticipated that the deal will be confirmed in the coming days.

Premier League teams decided to forego front-of-shirt branding agreements with bookmakers beginning in the 2026–2027 season in April of last year.

HandsomeLad

1.) 29 May 2024 22:08:03
Yep was on BBC sport website.


2.) 30 May 2024 10:00:24
Congratulations to Daniel Podence. He now knows what it is like to win a major trophy with an ambitious club. Shame we can't all say that about his parent club


3.) 30 May 2024 11:15:51
If I heard correctly they the first Greek side to win a European trophy.

If they want podence off us they have extra funds to meet our asking price.
Sure I read they want to sign him cheaper than we want for him.


 

 

27 May 2024 20:29:00
If they could sell Pedro and Nelson for £100+ million, I would take it.
Then buy 4 or 5 good prospects to add depth.
Shi-ball!

HandsomeLad

1.) 28 May 2024 02:15:07
Why sell Semedo for? He was literally our best rb this season actually one of our best players, would you rather we had Doc on there who is a shadow of the player he used to be?


2.) 28 May 2024 06:54:49
More chuckles from HamdsomeLad.


3.) 28 May 2024 12:12:28
You sell players who will bring in money and other teams want. If you would rather sell Kilman, OK.
Why would we sell Neto, if that is your logic.


4.) 28 May 2024 12:21:54
".Should he (Semedo) decide not to enter into discussions over a new deal, Wolves might be forced to consider offers this summer to avoid losing him for nothing in 2025."

Do try to keep up, lads.


5.) 28 May 2024 12:50:05
Semedo is on big wages, is getting old in terms of footballing years but as he only has a year left a small fee of 5-10m is all I fear we would get for him.


6.) 28 May 2024 18:02:48
It's a funny one with Nelson cause these last two seasons I think we've FINALLY started to see the player we thought we were originally getting! He's been generally one of our most reliable defenders.
Sadly, like everything about our squad these days it will come down to money. If we can get a good fee for him then we have to be realistic, cause he's got one year left on his contract and ain't getting any younger! Having said that it would/should still need to be a good fee cause frankly (I think) the decision to resign Doherty back on a (reported) £50k p/w three year deal was beyond foolish! I like Docs but defensively he looks at best Champ quality these days, thank god he's still good going forwards!
So I'm happy eitherway, would be good if he stayed but I suspect for that to happen a) the club will want him to sign a two year exstension and b) on less money as again he's (reportedly) on £85k p/w. So time will tell there.
Gonna definitely be an interesting summer gents! ??


 

 

25 May 2024 00:07:52
Wolves to sign Xavi when O'Neil signs with Manchester United.

HandsomeLad

1.) 25 May 2024 02:18:08
All your posts should be put in other posts because all you do is post twaddle.


2.) 25 May 2024 05:45:45
There could be a modicum of truth in this, I believe GON will go on to manage a top club. Beyond that thanks for the chuckle.


3.) 25 May 2024 07:48:19
Rooney is the new manager of Plymouth just on bbc breakfast.
Another one to make you laugh.


4.) 25 May 2024 08:53:51
Today's managerial merry go round in the media is: Kompany to Bayern, Potch to Man Utd, Xavi to Chelsea, McKenna to Brighton and Potter to Ipswich.


5.) 25 May 2024 09:54:42
Feel sorry for The Pilgrims (Plymouth)


 

 

17 May 2024 17:35:39
The Football Association (FA) has announced a plan to phase out heading in matches for players under the age of 12 over the next three seasons.

HandsomeLad

1.) 17 May 2024 20:12:43
Well they've already phased out tackling in the senior game.


2.) 17 May 2024 23:16:48
As well as physical contact and impartiality from referees.


 

 

15 May 2024 19:00:44
The Premier League will next month vote on a proposal to scrap VAR – but its chances of success have been described as ‘unlikely’.

A resolution to bin the highly controversial system, introduced in 2019, has been submitted by Wolves in what is a highly significant and potentially historic move.

HandsomeLad

1.) 15 May 2024 20:22:27
Hopefully it will gain significant backing and we can finally see it binned. Unfortunately it will probably continue in some form or other and only a nationwide protest by fans, the paying customer will force their hand. Empty grounds would send a significant financial message that could not be ignored.


2.) 16 May 2024 06:50:18
The headline is about scrapping VAR. However, the Wolves wording is well structured and very reasonably suggests after 5 years it should be reviewed.
If that is the way it will be debated, then I would hope for a few things:
1. Some better clarity on interpretation, ie "what defines
offside"
2. Like other sports, if there is a referral, to speed things up,
Backroom team make the call, not the nonsense of wasting time
with the Ref. going to the screen.
3. The biggest and most important for me. ALL Premiership
Officials to have to re-apply for their jobs via a new Exam.
They are the weakest link in this!
Will anything change?.not likely!

{Ed001's Note - no 3 is the only one that really matters. Get the PGMOL out of VAR and it might work. Even then I would prefer it gone as it ruins the moment of goal scoring waiting for VAR.}


3.) 16 May 2024 09:30:25
Perhaps Mike Deans comments made in August should be brought up in this meeting. Just to recall he was on var and decided not to make a call to his mate on the pitch to avoid him further grief! PGMOL are not fit for purpose. Fact!


4.) 16 May 2024 10:46:13
That is you and I in agreement Ed!
Let'd hope all Clubs and fans share the same and something changes regards Officials!


5.) 16 May 2024 09:30:25
Perhaps Mike Deans comments made in August should be brought up in this meeting. Just to recall he was on var and decided not to make a call to his mate on the pitch to avoid him further grief! PGMOL are not fit for purpose. Fact!


6.) 16 May 2024 10:46:13
That is you and I in agreement Ed!
Let'd hope all Clubs and fans share the same and something changes regards Officials!


7.) 16 May 2024 14:11:56
With all the hype about AI surely that is the way forward in the long run. Human review only in the event of subjective or very rare calls.


8.) 16 May 2024 16:56:41
VAR will not be voted out, the so called big six will see to that. They are always the ones that benefit from dodgy decisions, Man City have been the beneficiary of many a dodgy call and yet no other team has broken the rules as much as them. No doubt due mainly to the Saudi money greasing a lot of palms.


9.) 16 May 2024 18:02:15
The only way I can see this is if a team can score goals VAR is only of minimum significance, a side scoring 3 goals has a 4th go against them well big deal. Sides that are scraping one goal wins or draws could potentially lose a lot of points. Similarly sides conceding 3 goals its not going to make much difference to.


10.) 16 May 2024 18:12:18
Apparently Liverpool have already said they don't want VAR scrapped and 'other' big clubs are expected to agree, reported by Sky news. Their poll is still 73% to scrap it though. Will supporters get what they want? and be able to enjoy the passion of the game without stop/start yes/no stoppages from stockly Park? Nah, no way will the rulers give way and admit they're wrong. They'll carry on sterilising our national game until we stop paying for an emotion free borefest with results being effectively decided by slow motion replays and freeze frame images that don't represent the true nature of the game, and decisions open to suspicion.
The paying fan dosnt matter to them, they don't give a toss, until, the income drops.


11.) 16 May 2024 18:24:27
Anyone read Sky's hatchet job? It basically reads like 'little old Wolves are having a moan but the decisions would have been the same anyway' then goes on to quote the match officials stat of 84% correct before 96% correct now! Whilst skating over the fact that a) correct is still FAR to subjective (all it really means is a different panel of refs from those who made the decision in match agree post match) and b) as we cited in our motion it's the supporters entertainment that's the price of it! In fact the entire article makes little mention of fans enjoyment of what is essentially supposed to be an entertainment sport (and exspensive entertainment at that). Like the Eds pointed out before it's not in Sky's interest to get rid as they love the breaks in play! So typical of them to write articles with an agenda to fuel their revenues, shameless ?


12.) 16 May 2024 19:46:49
Sky can say what they want but Howard Webb himself has come out admitted that we:

Should have had a penalty against Man Utd.

Incorrect penalty call against Sheff Utd.

2 incorrect penalty calls against Fulham as well as incorrect call not to send Tim Ream off.

Incorrect call in Newcastle game.

That's 6 confirmed incorrect decisions against us.

More recently the Haaland penalty decision against us was incorrect and the West Ham goal should have been given but was subjectively reviewed by VAR.

VAR is a joke but can be fixed, however the people operating VAR are a disgrace.


13.) 16 May 2024 20:24:05
Ofcourse SKY want it kept in it protects their big 6.


14.) 17 May 2024 00:02:10
Can it be fixed though Jas, if so how? Cause I'm just not convinced, I agree with Abbey in that I just don't think it suits the nature and pace of footy. Classic example for me was the (brilliant:) disallowed goal agaisnt Forest, Cunhas hand did touch the defenders face however both the ref and more importantly the defending player were CLEARLY unaware that a foul had even occurred! Because essentially it's a contact sport and in real time the contact was nothing and had no impact. In a replay from four angles it's a foul but does that make it a foul?!
People say about AI but they are massively over estimating it's capabilities in a live situation. If six match officials with a stupid amount of camera angles still get it wrong then we are a LONG way from AI being able to do it! And frankly I think the Prem are shamelessly banging that drum cause they are trying to give teams faith in the long term.
Then there's the people operating it who I agree are useless. But as I asked Rugeley, who else is there?! Who's fixing this, cause there's no grand Ref master who has all the answers (Webbs trying to be that but it ain't working:). We have some of the best trained and paid refs in the WORLD and they are currently making a pigs ear of the Prem!
For me, I just don't see how it's compatible with the ONLY thing that brings joy to football and that's the rush of the goal! As long you can't TRULY celebrate a goal being a goal then football will increasingly no longer be football ??


15.) 17 May 2024 00:13:51
Ps- Also Jas, just to clarify buddy that Sky weren't saying we hadn't had wrong calls agaisnt. What they were saying was that as the on field ref did/didn't give most of them anyway then outcome would have been the same without VAR ?


16.) 17 May 2024 05:41:23
I really think the reffing thing is a bit like the arrival of the calculator and humans gradually losing the ability to add up and deduct in their own heads the same, we've become too reliant on tech and the refs now don't concentrate the same because there is VAR, AI would further remove the human element of decision making and as I've said before sterilise the game as we've known it.

Goal line cameras fine we know if a balls over or not, AI decision on contact, or a kneecap interfering because it was 'offside' digitally Isn't. Scrap VAR and let the refs do their job again. Nothing will be 100% correct, and that was part of the supporters enjoyment, having the banter afterwards etc.


17.) 17 May 2024 06:06:41
The ones Howard Webb admitted to were all situations where the ref gave the initial call but VAR has had a look and on each occasion come to the same conclusion when they should have overturned the refs decision as they were all a clear and obvious error.

UEFA competitions use Semi Automatic offsides which is what the PL are introducing next season. Hopefully it works better but we'll have to wait and see.


18.) 17 May 2024 09:11:59
But there's a point Jas, if they hadn't mucked about with the offside laws a fit linesman with a flag could still indicate offside, not by judging toes or elbows, or in le tessiers case, noses. (Sorry matt).


19.) 17 May 2024 10:34:01
Two things need changing. Keep var but replace PGMOL. Blatantly obvious they are unable to apply their so called on field expertise to on screen scrutiny.

Secondly, change the offside law or go back to what it’s intended for. If an attacker has an advantage from being in front of a defender. I.e. there is daylight between them that’s fine but not a nose or a toenail.


20.) 17 May 2024 18:03:40
Again though, replace them with who exactly 47?! Everyone keeps saying all we need to do is replace the officials but how do we actually do that?! Sorry guys but it's an absolute fallacy! These refs are the best we have so any plan ONLY works/happens with them involved!
Not like we can just pop on Amazon and order a new bacth of refs from China is it?! This is the thing when I ask peeps HOW it could work they always start with new refs but you might as well say 'well we will just get some unicorns to officiate, they can call off side with there horns'!
Sorry guys not having a go but I think people (and the Prem) are trying to make out fixing it is FAR easier than it is in reality!


21.) 17 May 2024 19:39:45
How about ex Premier players Bullysboy? You know the ones who have played and understand the game. Train them up to run var .A far better solution. The PGMOL have failed.


22.) 18 May 2024 01:17:13
47- it's a fair shout and I get why you'd say it but again (let's be honest here) is it anymore realistic than the Grand master of refs or unicorns?! Sorry fella I wish that could happen but it NEVER would for MANY reasons, off the top of me head these alone:
1) let's take Danny Murphy as an example, enjoyable enough to watch but do you HONESTLY think that guy has EVER read the official rule book (front to back) even once?! Cause our current refs have been learning it chapter and verse since they were (somewhere between) 16-25! And you honestly think in the moment Murphy is better equipped to enforce the letter law in a live situation?!
2) most ex players are either pundits or coaches. Now the coaches ain't giving that up to be a ref so that leaves us with pundits. Using Danny Murphy as an example again, this guy struggles to even commentate without shameful bias (same for the rest) but somehow we are going to put these bias ex-players in charge of matches?! Every player has an alliegence, how doe that work for officiating then?
3) Sorry to be a kill joy but this is the hardest one to get around, why would ex-players even want that hassle in their lives?! Most of these guys make more from their pundit appearances than most refs could dream to make! They are mostly doing the pundit rounds cause they don't want the REAL stress of coaching/managing so why in the world would they suddenly want to become refs?!
Again please don't think I'm having ago, cause I get where your coming from. But to be honest I think we are back in the realms of AI unicorns! What's the answer gents?! I wanted VAR and would love it to work! Just not seeing ANY REAL way things will change from the current road of destruction to the game I once loved! ??

{Ed001's Note - most ex-players are neither pundits nor coaches. There is a huge amount that leave the game every year - especially young ones who could be offered a new career path and training in the laws of the game to work on VAR. Then they would be entirely separate from the referees. A large part of a referees training is about managing a game, another chunk is fitness (though hard to tell with some of them!), both of which VAR operators have no need to learn. All they need to do, in reality, is spot a foul, whether it be time-wasting or a pull etc, and bring it to the ref's attention. They should never be making the decision, simply telling the ref it happened.}


23.) 18 May 2024 09:45:50
Hi Bullysboy I also wanted var and would love it to work. I do believe there could be a way forward so well explained by Ed001. One area where ex players would have an advantage would be to determine what is laughably called simulation. I like the old fashioned word - cheating! Anyway I’ve only been on this site for a short while and appreciate the conversation.?


 

 

 

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02 Jun 2024 14:53:42
Take what I entered and put it in a search engine. Then you can find the article and apologize.

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01 Jun 2024 21:22:08
I'm not making it up. Do you think you read everything ever printed about Wolves. Did you not learn your lesson when one of you said I was making up nonsense about Semedo?

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27 May 2024 20:23:23
Why don't they just create their own kit manufacturer and then they can keep all of the money?
Don't Wolves have their own fashion line?

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25 May 2024 00:11:44
The price of tickets to Premier League games is much lower than many sports leagues in North America. I guess you've got spoilt.

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24 Apr 2024 19:37:49
".Doyle joined Wolves on a season-long loan from City with an option to buy for a reported £4.3 million. Also included in the deal would be a fifty percent sell-on clause on any profit

Wolves are 'almost certainly' ready to make the deal permanent in the summer.

After becoming one of Wolves' most consistent performers, and with fans adoring the Man City player, the midlands are expected to command a fee upwards of £30 million for the 22-year-old."

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05 Jun 2024 13:17:51
The more profit they make on hotels, the more money they will put onto the club.
They've put £131 million into the club in the last 5 years. So £26 million per year, according to Swiss Rumble. I think they're allowed $35 million, or has that changed?

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28 May 2024 12:21:54
".Should he (Semedo) decide not to enter into discussions over a new deal, Wolves might be forced to consider offers this summer to avoid losing him for nothing in 2025."

Do try to keep up, lads.

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28 May 2024 12:12:28
You sell players who will bring in money and other teams want. If you would rather sell Kilman, OK.
Why would we sell Neto, if that is your logic.

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20 May 2024 17:34:49
They won't admit to guilt but will pay a £25 million fine. That's how it will be resolved.
My prediction, anyway.

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13 May 2024 18:07:45
How can you tell a player where he can run and how fast?

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