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August 2, 2019

Coady insists Wolves focused on Europa run

Conor Coady insists Wolves are fully focused on progressing in the Europa League, despite the big kick-off in the Premier League looming next week. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side will play Armenian side FC Pyunik away next Thursday as their reward for beating Northern Irish outfit Crusaders 6-1 on aggregate. Wolves face a gruelling 6,370-mile round trip for the third qualifying round first leg, just three days before they start their top-flight campaign with a trip to Leicester. But Coady insists they will not be distracted by the trip across the Midlands. “Our minds are on Armenia now, because we need…

Moore the merrier for Wolves youngsters Ennis and John

Wolves striker Niall Ennis admits the pull of playing for former Albion manager Darren Moore was a factor in him joining Doncaster. The 20-year-old striker has signed on a season-long loan for the League One club with fellow Molineux Academy graduate Cameron John. Wolverhampton-born Ennis, who was also wanted by League Two side Plymouth, says he jumped at the opportunity to join Rovers when he discovered the club was interested. Moore managed the Baggies first team in the Premier League and the Championship, as well as their Under-23s. Ennis said: “Hearing a manager like Darren Moore wants you in his…

Wolves U23s duo join Doncaster on season-long loans

Wolves prospects Niall Ennis and Cameron John will be playing League One football this season after joining Doncaster Rovers on season-long loans. Striker Ennis, 20, who made his Wolves debut in the FA Cup fourth round win against Shrewsbury Town in February, and 19-year-old centre back John will spend the 2019-20 season at the Keepmoat Stadium under new boss Darren Moore. Highly-rated Ennis, who was the club’s top scorer in the Under-23s last season, has also signed a new deal with his boyhood club, which will keep him at Molineux until the summer of 2022. John, who was an unused…

Wolves announce double signing from Lazio

Wolves have announced the double signing of Lazio prospects Pedro Neto and Bruno Jordao on long-term contracts for an undisclosed fee. The duo, who were together at Portuguese side Braga before spending the last two years on loan in Serie A, have penned five-year contracts until the summer of 2024 and are clients of Jorges Mendes, who has worked closely with Wolves on numerous transfers in the last three years. Neto and Jordao only joined Lazio this summer on a permanent basis for just under £24m after they were said to be set to sign for Benfica, until Wolves stepped…