The wolves attacked with a hammer when Robin Neves fired a transfer warning.

Here are the headlines from your wolves on Friday, June 24 …

The wolves hammered Fernandez.

Benfica have confirmed that a deal has been reached with River Plate to sign midfielder Enzo Fernandez.

Fernandez Wolverhampton is a transfer target for the Hampton Wanderers and the club were ready to use the € 20 million release clause in their contract. The 21-year-old wants to stay at River Plate and end the Copa Libertadores campaign, while the Wolves want him to join the Bruno League squad now.

Unwilling for the wolves to move forward, Benfica has jumped in line to agree on a deal with the river that would allow Fernandez to stay in Argentina for the time being. Benfica will acquire 75% of Fernandez’s rights for 18 million euros, with River maintaining 25% of the sale on clause.

Confirming the deal with the Portuguese Stock Exchange, Benfica said: “Sport Lisboa e Benfica – Futebol, SAD (” Benfica SAD “) has informed us that River Plate for the acquisition of sports rights and 75% economic rights. A deal has been reached with player Enzo Fernandez for رقم 10,000,000 (ten million euros), with a variable amount of € 8,000,000. “

Fernandez was identified as a candidate to fill the ‘box-to-box’ vacancy at Bruno Ledge’s midfield, but the club’s search must continue. Sporting midfielder Matthias Nunes is also a target for the Wolves, although his € 40m price tag makes it difficult to complete the deal.

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Another friendly confirmation

Leonte has confirmed that he will face Wolverhampton Wanderers behind closed doors during the club’s pre-season training camp in Spain.

The wolves will travel to Alicante next month for a ten-day training camp, where they will face Alaves and Turkish giants Besiktas – who recently confirmed the signing of former wolf protector Roman Sais. The games against Alaves and Besiktas are scheduled for July 20 and July 23, respectively, at the Camilo Cano Stadium in Benidorm.

Spanish Segunda division club Levante have revealed that they will also face Bruno Lage’s team during their stay in Benidorm. Levante says the game, which will not be open to spectators, will be played on July 21 at the Hotel Meliá Villaitana.

The Wolves’ Premier League season begins on August 6 with a trip to Eland Road to take on Leeds United. The club will host the newly developed Fulham in Molineux next week.

The league and its squad are due to report for pre-season training next week, although those involved in June’s international matches have been given extra time. The game will launch the club’s pre-season campaign against the Alaves.

Birmingham Live Has been told that wolves can play more warm-up games a week before the start of the season. These games could be held in Portugal, but due to the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, there is no possibility of a friendly showpiece at Molinux this year.

Nevis’s warning to potential newcomers

Ruben Neves has been one of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ standard bearers for the past five years.

The wolves have adopted a pack mentality since Nono Esperanto Santo joined the club in 2017, and current head coach Bruno Leigh is keen to keep it. The league leaves its players to manage the dressing room, although captain Connor Cody and vice-captain Nevis are the most influential behind the scenes.

The club has lost big names John Rudy and Roman Sais this summer, while Joao Moutinho’s future is uncertain. The Wolves have not yet signed a new player, the transfer target has been closed following the transfer of Enzo Fernandez Benfica.

Pre-season training begins next week and the Wolves need to add new faces to Lage’s squad. A center-back, a box-to-box midfielder and a striker are currently at the top of the club’s list of priorities.

The Wolves need high-profile signatures to improve the league squad, but it’s just as important to recruit the right people to avoid disrupting harmony within the dressing room. Portugal’s international navies have been instrumental in co-ordinating the wolf camp – and issued a stern warning for possible signatures earlier this year.

Speaking after his 200th wolf show, “It’s not hard to be the captain of this club because of the dressing room we have. We don’t have a problem. Everyone wants to go that route,” Nevis said.

“If anyone doesn’t want to go that route, we will make sure they come with us. If not, they will not be welcomed in our dressing room and everyone knows that.” Every player who comes in is really well settled.

“As soon as they come in, they know what we want and the way we work, that’s the most important thing. We have Connor, who is a big man in the dressing room – he’s really ours and It’s also important for the club. “

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