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July 25, 2019

Wolves star Neves sent to hospital after injury; Bright on the move

Ruben Neves has been sent to hospital to be assessed after being injured in Wolves’ 2-0 win against Crusaders. The 22-year-old midfielder was caught by a blow to the side and walked off in some discomfort when he was replaced by Raul Jimenez after 58 minutes of the Europa League second qualifying round tie. He has gone to hospital as a precaution. Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo said: “He is struggling. Let’s see. It was a hard knock and he’s in pain now. We will take care of him. It was his side.” Neves has been a virtual ever present…

Nuno relieved after Vinagre’s late goal eases pressure on Wolves

Relieved Nuno Espirito Santo admitted Wolves’ second goal at the death could make all the difference next week against Crusaders. Ruben Vinagre’s strike to punish Sean O’Neill’s goalkeeping howler gave dominant Wolves a 2-0 first leg win to take to Belfast for the concluding Europa League second qualifying tie next Thursday. Diogo Jota had taken Mel Eves’s near-40-year record of being the club’s last scorer in European competition with a volley in the 37th minute. “It makes a difference, there’s no doubt about it, for the second leg,” said the head coach about Vinagre’s strike. “But we have to look…

Real Madrid defender set to sign for Wolves – and AC Milan’s Cutrone close

Wolves are set to sign Real Madrid defender Jesus Vallejo on a season-long loan – and are closing in on a deal for AC Milan srtiker Patrick Cutrone. The 22-year-old Vallejo is due to arrive today for talks over a move to Molineux and be in the stands for tonight’s Europa League second qualifying round tie at home to Crusaders. Vallejo, who has been capped 22 times by Spain at Under-21 level and is known by Molineux men Jonny Castro Otto and Rafa Mir, came through the ranks at Real Zaragoza and joined Madrid four years ago for around £5m…

Five-year deal for Vinagre is a real boost to Wolves

Wolves have been boosted by the news that hot prospect Ruben Vinagre has signed a new deal until 2024. The 20-year-old left wing-back, who signed permanently for £2m from Monaco a year ago after a season-long loan spell, has penned a five-year contract. The news is something of a coup for the club with the Portugal Under-20 international linked to moves to Liverpool and Barcelona in recent months. Vinagre has impressed during his two years at Molineux and looks set to catch the eye during the 2019-20 campaign after an pre-season. He is set for a first-team start against Crusaders…

Two Wolves cubs could be set to play in Crusaders tie

Nuno Espirito Santo could give two youngsters a taste of European action as Wolves start their season tonight. Right-sided defender or wing back Dion Sanderson and midfielder Taylor Perry are set to be included in the squad for the visit of Northern Irish outfit Crusaders in the Europa League second qualifying round at a sold-out Molineux. Both players are local – Sanderson, the nephew of Olympic javelin champion Tessa Sanderson, is from Wednesfield, while 18-year-old Perry is from Kingswinford – and have come through Wolves’ Academy. “Taylor Perry and Dion Sanderson are going to be with us,” confirmed the head…

Nuno ‘totally confident’ Wolves signings will come

  Nuno Espirito Santo insists he is ‘totally confident’ new signings will be arriving at Wolves.   Wolves have been linked with a host of names  this summer, but as they prepare for tonight’s first game of the season, at home to Northern Irish side Crusaders in the Europa League second qualifying round, the only arrivals are the loan to permanent deals of Leander Dendoncker and Raul Jimenez for a combined £45m.   Olympiakos defender Pape Abou Cisse is the latest player to be linked with a move to Molineux, with reports suggesting Wolves have jumped ahead of Arsenal for…