Moutinho commits future to Wolves
Joao Moutinho has put an end to the speculation and has put pen to paper on a one year deal – keeping him at Wolves until summer 2023.
Although Moutinho’s contract expired four days ago, we reported that the lack of correspondence from the club suggested that both parties were still in talks.
It’s understood that a deal was struck over the weekend and Moutinho will return to Compton on Wednesday once his family holiday has finished.
Reports in France link Wolves with elite striker
Wolves have been linked with a sensational, yet probably unlikely move for Monaco forward Wissam Ben Yedder according to reports in France.
According to these reports Wolves are ‘watching him very closely and are considering carrying out a concrete offensive for his transfer’.
The same report suggests that Manchester United are also interested in Ben Yedder.
The 31-year-old scored 25 goals in 37 goals for Monaco in Ligue 1 last season.
Wolves pulled out of Palhinha deal as midfielder joins Fulham
After Joao Palhinha’s move to Fulham has been completed, it has been revealed by the Express & Star that Wolves declined the chance to sign him.
It’s suggested that Wolves had first refusal for the midfielder’s signature but opted not to make a bid, putting Fulham firmly in the driving seat for his services.
Wolves are still pursuing other midfield targets but it’s thought that these targets aren’t a similar playing profile to Palhinha as the club wants more forward thinking additions.
Wolves miss out on Manchester City midfielder
Wolves reportedly made ‘a big play’ in an attempt to sign Manchester City’s Darko Gyabi according to The Athletic. However, the 18-year-old midfielder has joined Leeds United.
The 18-year-old completed his move to Elland Road for £5 million.
Wolves ‘make contact’ with Hamburger SV defender
Wolves have reportedly been in contact with the agent of Mario Vuskovic according to reports in Hamburg.
Wolves have been told a bid of around €10m will be sufficient to sign the centre back.
In our latest Wolves transfer news round up, Sky Sports Germany had revealed that Wolves were interested in Vuskovic – along with three unnamed Bundesliga clubs.
The right sided centre back matches the profile of targets that Wolves are supposedly working on.
Gibbs White part of this season’s plans – unless a substantial offer is made
Morgan Gibbs White is part of Bruno Lage’s plans for next season according to The Telegraph.
A number of clubs including Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and most recently linked Everton are all said to be interested in the player.
Wolves have offered the player a new deal as his current deal expires in 2 years time but both parties are said to be relaxed about the situation.
Wolves would only allow Gibbs White to leave for a fee upwards of £20 million.