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.