Our Wolves fans here in the Transfer Tavern really are excited at the moment and you can understand why that is the case.
The men from Molineux had started this summer with a bit of chaos but that has been sorted now and new manager Nuno Espirito Santo looks set to combine with Jorge Mendes to sign some pretty impressive players.
Indeed, the Championship side almost seems to have jumped to the front of the queue for many talented players from the Portuguese top flight and that can only be a good thing.
Indeed, journalist Tim Spiers has disclosed the latest report about just that on Twitter with the club hoping to bring in Willy Boly and Ruben Neves from FC Porto no less.
Such a double deal would get many chatting, then, and fans are already saying a lot on the social media site – here’s the best of what has been said:
— Tim Spiers (@tim_spiers_Star) July 4, 2017
I’m actually as excited about Boly as Neves. Guys a mountain Tim. We may adopt 3 at the back if this deal happens ?
— Martin Danks (@MartinDanks) July 4, 2017
The team is shaping up nicely for a 3-4-3
— stuart shone (@goalgimp) July 4, 2017
Before anyone gets on Tim’s case about the cautionary words in places…its not negativity, its experience (see: Talisca, etc)
— Simon Rickards (@SiRickards) July 4, 2017
This Neves deal is becoming more Talisca like as the days/weeks go on. I thought maybe it could happen but I am now having serious doubts.
— Jayne Harris (@TheAdmiral2153e) July 4, 2017
You do know a week is 7 days right and weeks in your tweet indicates more than one. IT’S BEEN 4 DAYS!! #wwfc
— Steve Cross (@StevenCross81) July 4, 2017
Patience needed fellow wolves fans!…big transfers always take time, the guy Neves is still on his holidays at the min!
— Neil Ritchie /\_/\ (@RitchieNeil) July 4, 2017
really hope it doesn’t turn into another Talisca
— Andy Strings (@Stringers76) July 4, 2017
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