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18 May 2020 17:33:07
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sporting have an agreement in principle for the transfer of João Palhinha, according to claims on Monday.

Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manhã writes today that an 'eventual deal' between the clubs could be done for around €15m.

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28 May 2020 12:46:45
Looks like Traore is off to Liverpool.

28 May 2020 16:47:02
What makes you say that SQ? Was it when Liverpool said due to the virus 19 no team would be spending mega money on transfers or when Wolves said none of our players are for sale?

28 May 2020 16:50:08
I treat all of these as rumours until official announcements are made. Even the stuff I post, in reality all they are talking points.

28 May 2020 17:11:38
I said looks like. Hopefully not.
Premier league restarting 17th June.

28 May 2020 20:09:25
Good news on the PL returning SQ. Jas I have to agree with your comment, I can't see any big deals this summer with clubs making a huge loss due to the virus. Southampton may have to sell eight players to stay afloat (so I've read in the Beebs gossip column, could be utter tosh) .

{Ed002's Note - I don't know about the number of players but Southampton are in trouble financially.}

28 May 2020 20:32:26
I didn't realise Southampton were in trouble. What's brought that about
It can't all be down to the virus. Unfortunately they won't be the only ones. Just hope the Wolves are ok in that respect.

{Ed002's Note - Many clubs live on the edge and many clubs don’t have owners who will bolster missing income.}

29 May 2020 00:26:37
Southampton have been in financial trouble for many years the failed take over 3/ 4 years ago meant they have had to live within there means which has now been pushed to far. I would take a cut price deal for ings as back up to Raul.

29 May 2020 15:10:15
I'd give a shout for either Ward-Prouse and/ or Romeu if there was to be a "fire sale".

29 May 2020 17:10:07
The financially better-off teams will be like predators in the brief summer transfer window, picking up players cheaply. I can't see Wolves selling anyone cheaply. If Liverpool want Traore they will have to pay top, top money and I don't believe they will. The owner of Wolves has prospered this year, with his net worth jumping due to shrewd investments in healthcare. In fact we will probably pick up a few young, promising players for a lot less than we would have before.

29 May 2020 17:42:41
Not trying to be a naysayer Deep Throat, didn't Jeff Shi say Wolves are now self-sufficient? Plus Fosun lost a lot of money whenThomas Cook went under.

29 May 2020 22:06:17
Even with the collapse of Thomas Cook (who Fosun tried to save), Fosun announced a £1.69b profit.

29 May 2020 23:58:32
Nice investigative work Jas.

30 May 2020 00:18:57
“ Liverpool Wont Pay €50M Buy-Out Clause and Pull Out Of Race To Sign Inter Target Timo Werner” can’t seem them splashing out on Traore who’d cost double that.

30 May 2020 00:39:46
We won't be selling any of our players.

31 May 2020 17:09:02
Jimenez is going to be in huge demand.
His head will be turned and he must go with his head or his heart.
If we keep our squad intact I for one would be very happy.
Still so young and hungry would have to spend a fortune to get any player to improve our starting eleven.
Nuno has built a very special unit (pack)
If we sell we must buy and buy big.
But in Nuno we must trust 3 years of high quality decisions and management.
Will be fine wo we
Oh and Adama come on he will only improve under Nuno before he will become a Galactico when it’s right for us to sell and him to move on.

01 Jun 2020 10:36:53
If that's true about Raul having his head turned Realist it may explain the Vinicius for £54m from Benfica floating around the place. I personally believe that Raul has lost his heart to Wolverhampton as proved by recent photos.

01 Jun 2020 14:02:21
Fosun are an investment company of course, but they have brushed off the Thomas Cook losses and actually emerged even stronger. Losses can also be written off against future tax.

The Fosun investment in Wolves is far more than an ordinary investment, it is more like the jewel in the crown. It gives Fosun immense exposure, prestige and credibility, unlike any ordinary investment. We are now the seventh most valuable club in the Premier League and worth far more than Fosun's actual total investment in us to date. This shows what Steve Morgan could have achieved when he was handed the club for a tenner.



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