Wolves Rumours – August 30

Wolves set to sign promising Paraguayan

Enso Gonzalez is reportedly traveling to England for a medical before joining Wolves on a 6-year deal.

The 18-year-old Paraguayan has played predominately as a left winger during his career and will bolster Wolves attacking options.

He joins from Paraguayan Primera Division side Libertad who will receive a 20% sell-on fee on any potential future move. Wolves will reportedly pay a fee of around £5m for the player, who has been watched by Wolves for a number of months before a bid has been lodged.


Wolves keen on Blackburn midfielder

Wolves are interested in a potential move for Blackburn midfielder Adam Wharton according to Alan Nixon.

Wharton has been valued at around £15m after several Man of the Match performances in the championship last season.


Wolves ‘prioritise’ Strasbourg man

Wolves have reportedly ‘prioritised’ Habib Diarra as a potential transfer target before Friday’s transfer deadline according to Le Quipe.

The fee is likely to exceed €15m as Strasbourg attempt to hang on to the defensive midfielder. Diarra was integral to Strasbourg’s late push to survive relegation from Ligue 1 last season, and the player now appears to be pushing a move out of the club.

European clubs AC Milan, Napoli, AS Roma, Wolfsburg and RC Lens have also shown an interest, with RC Lens having 3 bids rejected so far.

Bueno to join Wolves

Wolves have agreed a deal to sign Girona centre-back, Santiago Bueno.

The Uruguayan international will join Wolves for around £10m, after undergoing his medical today. The 24-year-old is yet to play for Girona this season due to a hamstring injury that ended his 2022/23 season early, however after making the bench in Girona’s last game, he will be looking to move straight into the squad at Wolves.

Wolves will be pleased to see this deal over the line as the fee is significantly less than Bueno’s release clause which stands at €25m.


Wolves ‘enquire’ about Brighton midfielder

Wolves have reportedly enquired about Colombian midfielder Steven Alzate.

The 24-year-old has been at Brighton since 2017 and they are now looking to allow the player to leave before the end of the summer transfer window.

Everton look to rival Wolves to the player, who is also admired by Serie A club Fiorentina and Spanish club Sevilla.

Alzate has endured two loan spells during his time at Brighton as well as making 51 appearances for the Seagulls.

He will be hoping to secure regular first-team football by moving elsewhere.


Wolves Rumours – August 24

Wolves reject bid for Nunes

News broke on Wednesday that Manchester City were preparing a bid for Matheus Nunes as they look to bolster their midfield ranks.

The Telegraph have reported today that a bid of £47 million from Manchester City has been rejected by Wolves and is said to be ‘nowhere near’ the clubs valuation of the 24-year-old.

It’s thought Nunes is top of City’s list and will return with another bid.

It’s understood that Wolves are holding out for around £65-70 million. They will also owe Sporting 10% of the profit made from the sale.

Nunes has reportedly already agreed personal terms with Man City.

United linked with Semedo

Footy Insider 247 have reported that Manchester United have made an enquiry for Wolves right-back Nelson Semedo.

These links were quickly confirmed by the Express & Star but no formal approach has been made yet for the right-back.

The 29-year-old currently has two years left on his contract but Wolves could look to cash in before the window closes.


Hwang generating interest from Germany

Wolfsburg are reportedly interested in talking to Wolves about a deal for Hwang Hee-Chan according to Sky Sports.

It’s understood that Wolves deem Hwang as not for sale during this window.

Guedes to return to Lisbon

Wolves winger Gonçalo Guedes is ‘very close’ to moving back to Benfica.

Guedes will return to Benfica on loan with Wolves hoping to sell him permanently next year according to MaisFutebol in Portugal. 


Wolves Transfer Rumours – July 24

Jimenez to join Fulham

Raul Jimenez looks set to join Fulham for a deal worth £5.5 million plus add ons according to various reports.

Jimenez is understood to be surplus to requirements at Wolves and has left Wolves’ training camp in Portugal to undertake his medical in London.


Wolves still interested in Scott but no fresh bid

Wolves still remain interested in Alex Scott but have yet to make a third bid after the previous two were rejected according to Telegrapgh.

It’s thought Bristol City are holding out for £25 million for Scott.


Wolves miss out on striker

Reported Wolves target Mateo Retegui is set to join Genoa according to Fabrizio Romano.

Wolves tried to sign the Italian international but “FFP issues made it impossible.”

The club are said to be suffering from FFP constraints but not as much as that’s been reported in the press.


Man City midfielder is a target

Wolves are reportedly interested in Manchester City midfielder Tommy Doyle according to Alan Nixon.

The 21-year-old’s former loan club Sheffield United also have an interest but it’s said that the Blades do not have the funds to buy him this summer.


Wolves still in talks over defender

Nico Elvedi had travelled with the Borussia Mönchengladbach squad but was not selected for their friendly vs Saarbrücken.

According to Rheinische  Post, negotiations between Wolves and the German club are ongoing but still work to do before an agreement is reached.

It’s thought that Mönchengladbach want to find a replacement before letting Elvedi go.


Giles to move to Luton Town

Ryan Giles looks set to join Premier League newcomers Luton Town for a fee of around £5 million according to various reports.

Giles had been on pre-season with Wolves, giving Lopetegui a chance to take a look at the 24-year-old but it now looks like the left-back will be moved on.


Wolves and West Ham in stalemate

West Ham ‘are not happy’ with Wolves’ opening bid of £2.5m for Aaron Cresswell and are expected to demand about £5m according to the Guardian.

It’s not yet known whether Wolves will improve their offer for the 33-year-old.


Podence back at Compton

Daniel Podence has not travelled to Portugal for pre season with the rest of the first-team squad and is instead training back at Compton.

It’s understood Podence will leave Wolves this summer, with Real Betis being heavily linked with him.



Wolves Transfer Rumours: July 13th

Wolves out of the race for Alex Scott

Wolves reportedly have pulled out of the race for Bristol City midfielder according to TalkSPORT.

Bristol Live have also reported that Wolves’ bid of £18 million was rejected and the club aren’t willing to increase their offer.

Bournemouth are now favourites to secure Scott but have failed with a £15 million bid earlier this week.


Wolves’ move for Matt Doherty nears completion

Wolves move for Matt Doherty is now ‘advancing to the final stages’ and an agreement is close according to Fabrizio Romano.

Doherty will return to his former club after spells at Tottenham and Atletico Madrid.


Medina linked to Wolves

Reports in Argentina suggest that both Wolves and Fulham are interested in Boca Juniors midfielder Cristian Medina. 

Medina has a reported release clause of £11.5 million.


Wolves interested in Brazilian defender

Wolves are reportedly interested in signing Sao Paulo defender Lucas Beraldo reports Goal in Brazil.

Wolves have not yet sent a formal proposal to São Paulo, but have given indications that it could offer something close to €7m. However, the Brazilian club would want more money.

The 19-year-old has already been linked with various top clubs.


Sa could leave for Premier League rivals

Nottingham Forest are considering a move for Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa if they are unable to sign Dean Henderson this summer according to the Telegrapgh.

TalkSPORT also report that Wolves are expecting a bid.


Sarabia attracting interest from Turkey

Turkish club Galatasaray reportedly have an interest in signing Pablo Sarabia on loan with an option to buy. It’s reported that Wolves would want at least €10m according to A Spor.



Wolves Transfer Rumours – June 29th

Wolves linked with Montpellier forward

Wolves reportedly have an interest in Montpellier forward Elye Wahi according to reports in France.

Wahi got 19 goals and 6 assists last season in Ligue 1 and it’s though Jorge Mendes is working on a deal to bring the Frenchman to Wolves.

It’s not distinguishing whether Wolves will take umbrage to Wahi’s reported chequered past.


Wolves linked with Europa League sinker

Wolves are reportedly in talks with Lucas Ocampos over a €15m switch from Sevilla according to the Guardian.

Ocampos will be known by Wolves fans as the scorer of the goal that dumped them out of the Europa League.

Lopetegui has previously worked with Ocampos during his time at Sevilla.


Gyokeres Lisbon bound

Longstanding Wolves target Viktor Gyokeres looks to have secured a transfer to Sporting in Portugal reports CNN Portugal.

Coventry have reportedly agreed a fee of around £20m plus a 35% sell on clause.


Conor Coady to join Leicester

Former Wolves skipper Conor Coady could complete his move to Leicester by as early as Thursday afternoon.

Wolves look set to scoop £7.5 million for Coady and an additional £1 million if Leicester regain their Premier League status according to Express & Star. 

It’s understood Coady turned down the chance to join Premier League newcomers Luton in favour of a switch across the Midlands.


Collins could leave Wolves – but only for the right price

Wolves are willing to let Nathan Collins leave this summer but want to make a profit and are holding out for £25 million, an amount Brentford are reluctant to fork out according to The Athletic.

Brentford’s current transfer record is £22m.

West Ham and Nottingham Forest also said to be monitoring the situation.



Wolves Transfer Rumours – June 20

Neves’ move to Saudi Arabia all but done

Ruben Neves’ record transfer to Saudi side Al Hilal is all but complete as his six years at Wolves draws to a close.

Neves has agreed personal terms and is set to sign a three-year contract with the signing expected to be announced after his international fixtures.

It’s reported Neves will be earning around £300,000 per week net.

Porto will receive €1.9m as part of the deal.


Musrati linked with Wolves

Wolves have reportedly reignited their interest in Braga midfielder Al-Musrati according to Jornal de Noticias

Musrati has recently signed a new deal with Braga but he does fit the profile of midfielder that Wolves seem to be targeting.


Kondogbia not happy with role offered by Wolves

Wolves have reportedly failed to make an agreement with Atletico Madrid midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia according to Takitk Mania.

It’s said that Wolves offered Kondogbia a ‘rotation role’ but he wants more minutes.

Kondogbia is reportedly available for around £3-5 million. 


Jaime on Wolves radar

Famalicão winger Iván Jaime is reportedly on Wolves’ radar according to Matte Moretto.

Sporting are also said to be weighing up a move for the midfielder. 

The 22-year-old had 14 goal involvements last season and can play centrally or even off the left. 

A skilled dribber, Jamie possesses great awareness and close control in tight spaces.


Exclusive: Wolves to sign Welsh goalkeeper

Wolves look set to sign goalkeeper Tom King. 

King has previously worked with Tony Roberts and is likely to come in as third-choice.

The ‘keeper has most recently spent a spell at Northampton Town.


Wolves showing interest in former Birmingham City winger

Wolves reportedly have an interest in Nathan Redmond, currently playing for Besiktas according to reports in Turkey.

The winger’s contract in Turkey is due to expire but it’s unlikely that the links will materialise into anything concrete.

The 29-year-old had ten goal contributions last season.


Jimenez a target for Besiktas

BeIN Turkey have reported that Raul Jimenez is a target for Besiktas.

Jimenez would like to stay at Wolves but it’s unlikely that will happen. It’s understood Jimenez would prefer to stay in Europe if he his moved on.



Wolves Transfer Rumours – June 13

Wolves interest in Kondogbia confirmed

Reports emerging from Turkey suggest that Wolves are interested in signing Atletico midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.

The 30-year-old is said to have offers from Turkey too and will assess his options once concrete offers are on the table.

Liam Keen has since reported that Wolves are definitely interested in Kondogbia but are yet to table a bid.

Wolves were interested in singing Kondogbia in January but this window may be the one where the midfielder makes the switch with only one year left on his current deal.

Wolves linked with Kone

Wolves and Aston Villa are the latest sides to reportedly have an interest in Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Manu Kone according to the Mail.

It is said that Kone is valued at around £35m and has previously been heavily linked with a move to Liverpool.


Joao Felix looking to ‘unleash talent’ as Wolves won’t be ruled out

Joao Felix understands that there may be no choice but to ‘take a step back’ in terms of the level of his next club.

Doors should ‘no longer be closed to destinations like Wolves’ as the club could be seen as somewhere to unleash his talent according to journalist David Medina.

However, it’s unlikely that Felix would make the switch to Molineux.


Brentford eye Collins

Brentford are reportedly lining up a move for Wolves defender Nathan Collins according to the Mail.

If sold, Wolves hope to make a profit on Collins who joined last summer for around £20.5m. 

Collins isn’t the only Wolves centre back attracting interest with both Napoli and Spurs said to be interested in Max Kilman.


Mendes tells Barca fans to ‘keep calm’ 

Sport report that Barcelona have ‘almost ruled out’ the signing of Wolves’ Ruben Neves this summer.

With Ansu Fati rejecting a potential swap deal to Molineux, Barcelona cannot invest over €30m into Neves.

However, Jorge Mendes has urged Barca fans to ‘keep calm’ about Neves’ future. 

Whether a move to Barcelona happens or not, it’s understood Mendes will be working on an exit for Neves this summer.


Conflicting reports on Neto future

Reports coming from Portugal suggest that Pedro Neto could be heading to Sporting on loan this season in a bid to rediscover his form after two injury hit seasons. 

A Bola had reported this news but reports from Record in Portugal have rubbished these claims. 


Lopetegui tops list of candidates for Al-Hilal job

The president of Saudi club Al-Hilal is reportedly holding talks in Paris as he hopes to appoint a new head coach according to Tutto Mercato.

Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui is reportedly among the candidates to take charge of the club

Lopetegui’s future at Wolves is still uncertain with the Spainard publicly expressing his concerns over FFP and budget issues for the summer.

You can keep up to date with all the Wolves transfer rumours as they happen over on the Talking Wolves Twitter.


Wolves Transfer Rumours – June 10th

Club America ‘opens its doors’ for Jimenez return

According to journalist Ruben Rodriguez, Club America are reportedly open to a Raul Jimenez return this summer. However, Jimenez’s preference is to stay in Europe.

The Mexican forward has had limited game time under Julen Lopetegui and a move away from Molineux looks likely. Other reports suggest that there is interest from Turkey and Saudi Arabia for Jimenez.


Wolves ‘consider’ Spanish international

A recent report from AS suggests that Wolves are seriously considering Osasuna defender David Garcia with the club tempted by his 20m release clause. 

Wolves have been linked to the 29-year-old previously and he seems to be a player who Julen Lopetegui rates.


Mourinho targets Semedo

Nelson Semedo is a target for Italian club AS Roma according to Il Messaggero (via ForzaRoma). Jose Mourinho wants to strengthen his full-back area and is said to be targeting Semedo and Brighton’s Pervis Estupinan. 


Corbeanu set for another loan move

Canadian international Theo Corbeanu looks set for another loan move away this summer. A report from sport.ch suggests that the 21-year-old will move to Swiss club Grasshopper Club Zurich, a team with close ties to Wolves.

Corbeanu had two loan spells last season, starting at Blackpool and finishing the season with 2. Bundesliga club Arminia Bielefeld.


Wolves submit bid for young striker

Football Insider have reported that Wolves have submitted a bid for 15-year-old ‘sensation’ Reiss Bowen. 

A number of Premier League clubs are said to have expressed an interest in the Fleetwood striker but Wolves are hoping to win the race for his signature.

You can keep up to date with all the Wolves transfer rumours as they happen over on the Talking Wolves Twitter.



Wolves Transfer Rumours – 8th June

Ruben Neves

Sport in Spain report that Neves will end up at Barça regardless but it remains to be seen how that deal will be done.

The same publication suggests that Jorge Mendes still pushing a swap between Ansu Fati and Ruben Neves.

Mendes has other options such as Dest or Abde to join Wolves but his priority is get the deal done with Ansu.

It’s understood that Fati does not want to leave Barcelona and is not convinced by a move to Wolves.

James Ward Prowse

Wolves are reportedly amongst Premier League clubs interested in Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse according to The Sun.

However, the Championship side value the midfielder at £40m but it remains to be seen whether Southampton will command anywhere near that fee.


George Mikautadze

Wolves. Lyon and Burnley are reportedly interested in Metz forward Georges Mikautadze according to le10sport.

The 22 year old scored 23 goals this season and is valued at around €20m.

A diminutive figure, Mikautadze is comfortable with both feet and despite his size, he’s strong and his low centre of gravity means he’s difficult to knock off the ball.


Batista Mendy

Wolves are reportedly interested in Angers midfielder Batista Mendy according to Le Quipe.

Everton and Nottingham Forest are also said to be interested. The French club are looking for €6m.

Mendy was a mainstay in the Angers side in Ligue 1 and was mostly deployed as a combative midfielder who mops up play effectively.

Adama Traore

Al-Ittihad are reportedly in advanced negotiations with Adama Traore according to Aaron Dominguez.

It’s still unclear whether Adama will renew his deal at Wolves with FFP problems looming. Manager Julen Lopetegui has insisted he wants to renew the Spaniards deal, which expires on June 30.


Fabio Silva

Teams in the top tiers of Spain, Italy, Germany and Turkey are monitoring Fabio Silva this summer according to Liam Keen.

Ajax and PSV remain interested in Silva. A loan move is most likely but a permanent move isn’t out of the question if Wolves receive an appropriate offer.

It’s unclear whether Fabio Silva is keen on a return back to his parent club, Wolves.


Dion Sanderson

Stoke City are interested in Wolves defender Dion Sanderson as they rival Birmingham City for his signature according to various reports.

Sunderland are also said to be interested in the 23-year-old but no official bids have been made.

It’s understood Wolves value Sanderson at around £2 million.



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