The Wolves get the Adma Terror update as the Bruno League have targeted a double transfer.

Here are your wolf headlines from Saturday 18th June …

Latest on Palhinha and Nunes

The hand of Wolverhampton Wanderers could be forced after Fulham agreed to a fee with Sporting for Portugal international Joao Palhinha.

Palinah has been picked by the Wolves for the best part of three years and seems ready to leave Sporting this summer. The Premier League is seen as the best destination for a strong defensive midfielder, and Fulham has agreed to an initial fee of around m 16m to steal the March on the Wolves.

Sports are expected to make a new attempt to sign the Wolves midfielder. Palina is spending her time before deciding on her future and is currently vacationing in Dubai with her partner after participating in Portugal’s Nations League fixtures.

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Bruno Log is considered a fan of Palhana and wants the wolves to sign their compatriots. But the wolves must move swiftly to prevent the newly developed Philham, managed by fellow Portuguese Marco Silva, from sealing off the migration revolt.

Birmingham Live Lodge has been told that he also highly values ​​Mathis Nunes, but it is more difficult for Palinha’s Sporting and Portugal teammates to complete a move. Although the sport needs to raise funds this summer, offers for the nuns will be considered.

The 23-year-old midfielder, who played with the broken gomes in Estoril, has made a name for himself in the last 12 months. Nunes now has eight caps for Portugal and was called “one of the best players in the world” by Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola earlier this year.

Like Newcastle United and Everton, the city has been linked with Nunes, but the wolf is an attractive proposition for Portuguese players. Given the fee that would be charged for signing Nunes, Wolves should, most likely, reserve the sale of Ruben Neves in advance.

The Wolves are trying to raise funds from the sale of franchise players this summer. The Wolves are poised for a m 16m loss in 2019 payments for Katron.

Leeds is connected to Adma Traver.

Leeds United have emerged as a potential destination for Adama Terror as Wolverhampton Wanderers seek to offload the Spanish winger.

Trevor is ready to return to the wolves after Barcelona decided against taking a £ 25 million option to sign him at the end of their loan spell. Francesco Trincomalee, who spent last season on loan at Wolves, is not expected to become a permanent fixture at Molinux.

The Wolves are now looking for ways to get some cash for Trevor, with only 12 months left in his contract. The wolves are unlikely to sign a new deal after 26 months of fruitless negotiations with Trevor, 26.

Now, according to reports, Leeds may be ready to offer Trevor a way out this summer. It is claimed that Leeds see Travar as a possible replacement for Rafinha, who coincidentally is on Barcelona’s list of goals.

Brazil international Raphinha is attracting widespread interest, with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur also in the running for his signature. Leeds has reportedly reduced the asking price of Raphinha to around £ 45m.

The wolves no longer have the opportunity to make such a fee for Travers. Molinx is hoping to save around ً 20 million for top brass Trevor, who joined Middlesbrough four years ago for £ 18 million.

However, the move to Leeds is unlikely to inspire Trevor as much as Barcelona did in January. If Leeds are to persuade Trevor to move north, their football director, Victor Orta, will have to play blind.

Orta signed Trevor for Middlesbrough in 2016 and has been keeping an eye on his compatriots ever since. Back in 2020, at the height of Trevor’s career, Orta said in an interview that “Adama Trevor may now be the most exciting prospect in Spain.” Scouted Hub.

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The survey says …

Jeff Shea told Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters to trust owners Fosun in the transfer window last year.

Results of a survey conducted by Birmingham Live 12 months on, 78% of Wolves fans no longer rely on club rankings to make good decisions in the transfer market. The Wolves have yet to sign a deal this summer, although they are thought to be interested in both Joao Palhena and Mathis Nunes.

Fans are growing frustrated as the first-team squad prepares to return for pre-season training next month. And 78% of those who took part in the season’s final survey are not confident that the club’s rankings will make the right decisions this summer.

Wolves head coach Bruno Lag looks forward to a busy transition period, in which the future of the talisman Robin Neves will be decided. The Wolves are thought to need more than 50 million for Neves – and 91% of fans agree with that standard. A quarter of those polled believe the wolves should demand more than £ 75m for Nevis.

The majority of supporters feel the need to spend between £ 75m and £ 100m this summer and signing a new striker should be the club’s priority. The league has already admitted that it would like the Wolves to sign a third striker to “win the air competition inside the box”.

The wolf’s poor run last season has taken on a glimmer of positive things ahead. The club finished 10th, with an average of 59%.

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