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July 8, 2019

Kilman Max-es out to earn a place on Wolves’ trip to China

Wolves youngster Max Kilman has been rewarded for his progress with a place on the trip to China. Now he wants to reward the guidance he is getting from Nuno Espirito Santo by chasing a regular first-team place. The 22-year-old defender made his debut in the final Premier League home game of last season against Fulham after featuring in the first-team squad several times in 2018-19 without coming off the bench. Nuno rates the former England futsal international highly and Kilman, who signed from non-league Maidenhead United last December, could feature in the Europa League when Wolves meet the winners…

Young winger leaves Wolves for Motherwell

Wolves youngster Sherwin Seedorf has moved to Scottish Premier League side Motherwell for an undisclosed fee. The 21-year-old Suriname-born winger has signed a two-year deal at Fir Park and has been allocated the number 11 shirt. Seedorf joined Wolves in February 2017 from Nike Academy after seven years with Feyenoord’s youth ranks and featured in gold and black for the Under-23s in Premier League 2 Division 2, but never made a first-team appearance. Last season, Seedorf, who is distantly related to AC Milan and Dutch legend Clarence Seedorf, spent time on loan at Bradford City and FC Jumilla, making 19…

Now Derby in for in-demand Wolves forward Cav

Wolves forward Ivan Cavaleiro is now wanted by Derby County, wolvesbite.com understands. The 25-year-old has been made available for loan or transfer this summer by head coach Nuno Espirito Santo and the Rams are the latest club to show an interest. Cavaleiro has been a target for Fulham, while fellow relegated club Huddersfield have also been heavily linked with the Portuguese attacker. Now Derby, looking to go one better under new boss Phillip Cocu after losing in the Championship play-off final to Villa, are looking to Cavaleiro to help fire a promotion charge in the coming season. Derby are looking…

Raul strikes Gold for Mexico and is named best player

Wolves striker Raul Jimenez has achieved his pre-tournament aim of announcing himself on the world stage after a double achievement of winning the CONCACAF Gold Cup and being named best player. The 28-year-old won the Golden Ball for being the best player as Mexico beat holders and hosts the United States 1-0 in the final in front of 62,493 at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois in the early hours of Monday morning. His tally of five goals tied with Canada’s Lucas Cavallini and was only bettered by Jonathan David, also from Canada, with six. Jimenez, again as the centre forward in…