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Wolves: Wanderers reach Craig Dawson agreement

Wolves: Wanderers reach Craig Dawson agreement -Premier League News

Wolverhampton Wanderers have reached an agreement with West Ham for defender Craig Dawson, according to 90min’s Graeme Bailey.

The Lowdown: Dawson interest

Wolves have already brought in three players this month, with Matheus Cunha, Pablo Sarabia and Mario Lemina completing moves to Molineux.

Dawson was of interest to Wolves in the summer, and Julen Lopetegui has recently renewed the club’s pursuit of the 32-year-old. The centre-back is out of contract at the London Stadium in the summer, and it looks as if a move to Wolves is now a real possibility.

The Latest: Agreement reached

Bailey shared a story for 90min on Thursday, claiming that Wolves have agreed a deal with the Hammers for Dawson’s services.

The journalist added that an agreement is thought to be worth just over £3m, with the player previously keen on moving further north to be closer to his family.

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Max Kilman is the oldest centre-back available to Lopetegui at the age of 25, so bringing in someone like Dawson could prove to be a smart piece of business as the new manager gets to grips with his current squad and the Premier League.

Michail Antonio has described Dawson as ‘quality’ and ‘unbelievable’, with the centre-back also being able to provide cover at right-back if required.

He is closing in on 250 appearances in the Premier League, and with Wolves conceding more goals than the likes of West Ham and Everton so far this season, securing an experienced head like Dawson could be crucial heading into the second half of the season.

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