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Wolves: Wanderers expected to keep hold of Daniel Podence

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Wolves are likely to keep hold of winger Daniel Podence and wouldn’t entertain the idea of selling him to Everton, according to transfer expert Dean Jones.

The Lowdown: Podence a key man at Wolves

The Portuguese has matured into an influential figure at Molineux as the year have passed, using his pace and trickery to good effect.

Podence has scored 12 goals in 83 appearances for Wolves, as well as registering eight assists, and he has also been hailed as ‘delightful’ by Sky Sports commentator Alan Smith.

Podence has been linked with a move to Everton, however, and his current Wanderers deal expires at the end next season.

The Latest: Exit rumour laughed off

Speaking to Give Me Sport, Jones said he couldn’t see that happening, though, instead backing him to remain a Wolves player:

“I’d be amazed if Wolves let Podence go, especially to a team that they consider a rival like Everton.

“But I think that style of player is exactly what Everton should be looking for, somebody that can create and set up chances.”

The Verdict: Important player moving forward

With Pedro Neto continually plagued by injury problems and doubts remaining over Adama Traore’s future, Podence is a vital player to keep hold of out wide for Wolves.

He could be entering the prime years of his career at this point, so as Jones alludes to, selling him to a direct Premier League rival makes little to no sense.

Offering Podence a new deal before his current one ticks into its final year would be a shrewd decision by the club, assuming Wanderers’ incoming new manager sees him as an important part of his plans.


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