Manchester United sent Raul Jimenez message as Wolves sanction transfer

Manchester United sent Raul Jimenez message as Wolves sanction transfer

Headed elsewhere

Teenager Fin Stevens is set to be snapped up by Brentford – despite interest coming from Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to reports.

Stevens, who plays for non-league Worthing, has caught the eye of scouts in the Football League and the Premier League after a string of impressive performances, according to FLW.

Wolves had been linked, as well as the promotion chasing Bees and also Brighton and Hove Albion, but there are claims now that it is in fact the Championship side who have pipped their top flight counterparts to his signature.

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Transfer link

Wolverhampton Wanderers have been linked with a move for Napoli’s Allan.

According to reports in Italy, Allan has also attracted the attentions of Wolves ‘ Premier League rivals Everton and an unnamed club.

Super-agent Jorge Mendes has reportedly become part of negotiations too.

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The founder of sports agency company Gestifute has six of his players on the books at Wolves and Ciro Venerato, a journalist at Italian TV station RAI Sport, thinks Allan could move to Wolves with Mendes’ help.

Allan in action for Napoli

En route

Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Ryan Giles has re-joined Coventry City.

The 20-year-old returns to the Sky Blues after spending the latter half of the 2019-20 campaign with Mark Robins’ side.

He only made one appearance last season but it later transpired that the Telford-born left-back was being examined by Robins with a view to bringing him back to the club.

Giles has now returned to City and will replace Sam McCallum, who has moved to Norwich City.

Pictured Sky Blues Ryan Giles football action from the EFL League One Coventry City v Bolton Wanderers at St Andrews Stadium, Birmingham. Saturday 8th February 2020.

Sign him up

Manchester United icon Rio Ferdinand has urged his former club to leap ahead of Juventus in the chase for Wolves forward Raul Jimenez.

Jimenez has been linked heavily to both clubs over the course of the past season, playing an essential part of Wolves’ Premier League and Europa League campaign.

In the former, the Mexican striker has scored 17 goals – leading the way for Wanderers and putting him firmly on the map of the Red Devils.

Despite that, Juventus have been reportedly keeping tabs – even going as far to plan a move via the sale of Douglas Costa.

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Talking points

Wolverhampton Wanderers are one game away from another European adventure after cruising past Crystal Palace last night, writes Alex Dicken.

Daniel Podence’s first goal in English football and Jonny Castro Otto’s superb finish handed Wolves a 2-0 victory over Palace and lifted them back up to sixth. 

A win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday will see Wolves finish sixth in the Premier League and secure Europa League football as the bare minimum for 2020/21. 

Here’s our analysis following another satisfying evening for those of an old gold persuasion:

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