Wolves should forget about Douglas Costa and instead swoop for Leon Bailey, who's a far better fit for the club.
by: N/A — Sky Sports 12h
Wolves supporters resigned to the possibility of losing one of their star names this summer for a fee in excess of £40m might have expected Raul Jimenez or Adama Traore to be the man departing. The name of Diogo Jota would have been some way down...
by: Pro Soccer Talk — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 23 Sep
ProSoccerTalk: Joe Prince-Wright, Nick Mendola and Andy Edwards on what they learned in Week 2, preview Week 3, rank the top 5 Premier League players.
by: Tom Canton — 101 Great Goals 23 Sep
Barcelona have aimed to beat Bayern Munich to the signing of Ajax right-back Sergino Dest with €25 million bid.
by: Lewis Blain — Football Fancast 23 Sep
Wolves could sleepwalk into a financial nightmare if they trust Jorge Mendes once more with a swoop for veteran Juventus winger Douglas Costa.
by: Tom Collomosse — Daily Mail 23 Sep
Conor Coady has not missed a Premier League game since Wolves were promoted in 2017 and featured in 57 of their 59 games in last season's marathon campaign.
by: George McGibbon — Snack Football: This Is Futbol 23 Sep
Speaking recently on the Football Writers Podcast, Michael Calvin, Richard Amofa and Miguel Delaney discussed some of the biggest talking points in English football at present, and in particular,
by: Alex Keble — Tribal Football 23 Sep
Inevitably the opening rounds of a new campaign are scrutinized with an undeserving zeal, conclusions drawn and crises uncovered long before the sample size is
by: Mitch Wilks — 90min 22 Sep
With Diogo Jota officially out of the Wolves door and on the books at Liverpool, Wanderers fans will naturally feel a little apprehensive about a future without
by: email@example.com (Tom Victor) — Birmingham Live 22 Sep
The Barcelona right-back is set to move to Molineux to give Nuno Espirito Santo a natural replacement for Matt Doherty
by: Ste McGovern — The Football Faithful 22 Sep
Our weekly Premier League awards for gameweek 2, featuring Spurs Heung-min Son and Harry Kane, Daniel Podence, Chelsea's Kepa Arrizabalaga and Kieran Gibbs.
by: Jamie Jackson — The Guardian 22 Sep
Despite some key absences Pep Guardiola’s side made an electric start at Molineux but could not sustain it