The wolves make a decision on the transfer target as Manchester United has dealt a heavy blow

A lot of praise

Match of the Day’s Ian Wright and Alan Shearer were praised for Wolverhampton Wanderers after yesterday’s return to Southampton.

And the former Arsenal and Newcastle United strikers were happy with the performances of strikers Adama Traore and Raul Jimenez in particular.

The wolves reacted from 2-0 less in the half time to win 3-2 and keep the charge for the first four places at the end of the season.

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Bellingham decision

Wolverhampton Wanderers reportedly quit the race to sign the Birmingham City youth Jude Bellingham.

According to The Sun, Nuno Espirito Santo’s team is no longer interested in the sixteen year old.

He was connected with a move to Molineux last week, with Manchester United also passionate.

In fact, it was reported that Ole Gunnar Solskajer’s team could shell out £ 25m for the young man while Chelsea could make a late move.

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Nuno has been saying this for weeks now: wolves need new players.

His behavior has shifted slightly in the last two press conferences, suggesting that he is becoming increasingly confident of adding to his wafer team.

The bench named by Nuno in St Mary was perhaps the weakest I have ever named in a league game. Even with 33-year-old John Ruddy, the Wolves bench had an average age of only 22 years.

Oskar Buur, Ryan Giles, Max Kilman, Bruno Jordao, Morgan Gibbs-White and Benny Ashley-Seal played only 115 senior games among them.

If wolves can sign two high-quality players before February 1st, who knows what the second half of the season has in store.

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Rashford shot

Marcus Rashford is facing months, rather than weeks, on the sidelines after the extent of the injury suffered against Wolverhampton Wanderers has been revealed.

The Manchester United forward took a hit in the English Cup third round replay at Old Trafford earlier this week.

He left just 15 minutes after being replaced and lost Sunday’s Premier League clash against Liverpool.

The magnitude of Rashford’s problem is far worse than feared for United, which has a crucial streak of games coming as they strive to keep up with the top four, including Wolves’ visit on February 1st. .

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