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May 23, 2019

Wolves bag £127m Premier bounty for finishing seventh

Wolves have earned a £127m bounty in Premier League prize money for this season. The club have received record payments from the top flight after finishing seventh in their first campaign back among the elite for six years. Wolves received £127,165,114, which put them behind the top six and seventh-placed Everton, who received more (£128,603,905) because they were shown live on TV in the UK more times than Wolves (18 as opposed to 15). Wolves were actually only the 10th highest Premier League club featuring on live TV, behind the top six, Everton, 10th-placed West Ham with 16 and 13th-placed…

Wan looking to win for Wolves after signing

Wolves have snapped up promising British-Chinese midfielder Hong Wan on a two-year deal. The 18-year-old is set to join Rob Edwards’ successful Under-23s squad for the start of next season. Croydon-born Hong spent almost 10 years in Charlton Athletic’s academy  before switching to Yeovil when he was 16, helping The Glovers reach the club’s highest level of youth football, and captaining their Under-18s. Hong, who is of Chinese and Malaysian heritage, played development games for Luton Town towards the end of the season, but is now delighted to move to Wolves. “It’s a great opportunity and I’m very grateful to…