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June 24, 2019

Wolves face ‘worldwide competition’ for Salomon Rondon

Wolves have been warned by Albion they face ‘worldwide’ competition for Salomon Rondon – but he will be sold this summer. Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo is keen to add the Venezuela international to his squad but faces rivalry for his signature from Newcastle, where Rondon was voted player of the year and scored 12 goals last season on loan. Newcastle parted company with manager Rafa Benitez on Monday, but it is understood the Magpies still want to sign Rondon – and the Baggies will sell, as he only has one year left on his contract. West Ham are also…

Raul the hero for Mexico as MGW finally capped for U21s

Wolves striker Raul Jimenez was again at the forefront of a Mexico victory as he helped his country confirm top spot in CONCACAF Gold Cup Group A and a quarter-final spot. The soon-to-be club record £32m signing scored the second goal and set up the winner as Mexico beat Martinique 3-2 at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina to secure their place in the last eight. Jimenez restored Mexico’s lead in the 61st minute when he pounced on Rodolfo Pizzaro’s left-wing cross to slot home from close range. Earlier, Mexico made the perfect start when Uriel Antuna…