Menu Close

October 30, 2019

Wolves defender Boly has op – and will be out for ‘several months’

Wolves defender Willy Boly is set to be out for several months after undergoing surgery on his broken left fibula today. The 28-year-old sustained the injury in training on Saturday, jumping over a box in a regular drill prior to Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Newcastle, and the fracture and rehabilitation is expected to keep him out until the new year. Head of medical Phil Hayward said: “Willy had surgery in London this morning to repair the bone with a small metal plate and screws. “The procedure went as planned with no complications and he will now return to Compton to…

Wolves youngsters ready to relish their chance at Villa

Wolves are set to give youth a chance at Aston Villa on Wednesday night – and homegrown youngsters Taylor Perry and Dion Sanderson can’t wait. Midfielder Perry, 18, and centre back Sanderson, 19, trained with the first team in the open training session at Molineux this week as Nuno Espirito Santo’s squad prepared for the Carabao Cup fourth round tie at Villa Park. Perry is from Kingswinford and Sanderson hails from Wednesfield and having come through the ranks at Wolves for several years, both players know what a derby means to the local community. “Wolves versus Villa is always been…

Neto sets his sights on firing Wolves to beat Villa

Pedro Neto has set his sights on playing his part in firing Wolves into the Carabao Cup quarter-finals at Aston Villa on Wednesday night. The 19-year-old forward made his comeback in Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Newcastle after missing three games with a bruised heel. Neto is expected to start at Villa Park as head coach Nuno Espirito Santo looks to juggle his pack to keep his squad fresh and extend their unbeaten run of eight matches in all competitions. Wolves are three quarterts of the way into a hectic spell of four successive away games in 10 days, with Arsenal…

Fosun look to reduce spending on Wolves under stake plan

Wolves’ owners Fosun International are looking to rein in their spending on the club under any new investment – as they revealed £20m profits for last season. Fosun are said to be looking to sell a 20 per cent stake in Wolves for between £50m and £100m, which would value the club at around £350m. The Chinese investment firm paid £45m for the club when they bought it from Steve Morgan in July 2016. “It’s more to test the market, to see the value of Wolves,” chairman Jeff Shi told the Financial Times. Shi says Fosun is looking for an…