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Wolves Transfer Rumours

Wolves Transfer Rumours

Having sealed quite a few coups in recent years, Wolverhampton Wanderers transfer news is a major part of Premier League life these days. Backed by Jorge Mendes and one of the most upwardly mobile sides in Europe, the Old Gold have proven capable of luring Champions League-level players to Molineux in recent years.

Indeed, the likes of Ruben Neves and Joao Mouinho have swapped sunnier climes for the Black Country as they have progressed from the Championship to the upper echelons of the English elite and, considering the level of investment going into the side, we can probably expect that to continue.

So, if you need to keep up to date on breaking news and latest gossip, make sure you use this page as your hub. Put simply, the Football Transfer Tavern has you covered whether it be January or July.

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Star striker Raul Jimenez stands as the club’s most expensive ever buy after he completed a £30m permanent move to Molineux from Benfica in early 2019. As their main attacking outlet for the 2018/19 season and the following campaign, the Mexican international has certainly proved worth such a fee.

Given what’s going on behind the scenes there, it’s no surprise to see their top 5 most expensive ever players all being part of his current squad. Adama Traore, Jonny, Pedro Neto and Daniel Prodence all round off the top five to form a large chunk of Nuno’s side.

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While we’re not ones to indulge in recency bias, the fact that Wolves – then a Championship side – managed to tempt Neves from his role as Porto captain, playing in the Champions League to boot, has to be one of the biggest coups in the club’s history. Compatriot Moutinho, too, was a major buy for the Midlands outfit.

A European champion with Portugal and a masterful midfielder pulling the strings for Monaco and Porto great success over the years, he’s proved an excellent signing.

Another major move, of course, was their 1979 swoop on Midlands rivals Aston Villa in their first ever move that cost over £1m, splashing £1.5m on the Scotsman, who helped win them the 1980 League Cup.

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With European football now a realistic possibility, perhaps we can expect Wolves to start adding to a squad that is rarely rotated. The summer of 2019 didn’t see them make too many big moves but, with an increase in games as well as their league competition potentially getting stronger, surely Nuno will be afforded some funds to take his project to the next level.

An ambitious club, expect to see some big names linked. Indeed, these are exciting times for Wolves and, with Mendes’ help, it’s not hard to imagine that ambition shining through in their targets when the summer window is up and running.

With all that in mind, be sure to keep up to date with all the latest Wolves whispers on the Football Transfer Tavern.

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