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December 10, 2019

Wolves striker Rafa Mir could return to Spain in January

Wolves striker Rafa Mir is being linked with a January move back to Spain with Real Zaragoza. The 22-year-old forward is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest but has failed to score in 13 appearances for the Championship side and has been criticised by Forest fans on social media. Last Saturday at Millwall, he was taken off by manager Sabri Lamouchi just after the hour and his replacement Lewis Grabban scored both goals as they drew 2-2. The Millwall game was one of only two league games Mir has started since arriving at the City Ground in the summer. His…

Comment: Tim Nash sees Wolves making these changes for Besiktas tie

With Wolves already qualified for the group stages of the Europa League, and with a resurgent Tottenham looming on Sunday, it would be no surprise to see key players rested for Thursday’s final group game. Besiktas can’t qualify for the knockout stages, while Wolves can top group K with the combination of a win and a victory for Slovan Bratislava at home to leaders Braga. The advantage of winning the group would allow Wolves to play their home leg second in the round of 32, the draw of which will be made next Monday, December 16, at 1pm. Head coach…

Former Wolves striker Afobe messages thanks for support after tragedy

Former Wolves striker Benik Afobe has sent a heartfelt message of thanks for the support he has received after the tragedy of losing his two-year-old daughter. Amora died on Friday, November 29 after suffering serious complications when she was admitted to hospital with a severe infection. Afobe, 26, who is on a season-long loan at Bristol City from Stoke City, has been touched by the outpouring of love and affection from the football world. The former AFC Bournemouth and Milton Keynes forward said he had removed private settings on Instagram to make a public statement following the show of support.…

Wolves hero Raul admits he could be tempted by big move to Spain one day

Wolves striker Raul Jimenez has admitted he wouldn’t be fazed by the possibility of a huge move to Spain one day – but insists he is happy at Molineux. Jimenez has gone from strength to strength since he moved to England and has scored 15 goals in 27 games this season, making the club record £32.6m fee Wolves paid Benfica for him last July look like a bargain. The 28-year-old Mexico international has had a sensational 2019 – he has been involved in 48 goals, netting 33 times and providing 15 assists, while he helped his country win the Gold…