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Wolves transfer target speaks out as Manchester United admit Molineux caution


A look at all the latest Wolves news and talking points from BirminghamLive

Danny Loader has issued a message to Reading fans following the collapse of his transfer to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The 18-year-old forward appeared set to move to Molineux on deadline day but Reading’s demands scuppered the deal at the death.

Loader has now returned to Reading with manager Jose Gomes admitting the youngster is ‘frustrated’ that he didn’t secure his dream move to the Premier League with Wolves.

And the England youth international has now addressed the situation via a long post on Instagram.

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“I want to write this message to be open with all of you,” he said.

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Target gets club

Croatian attacker Ivan Perisic, who has been linked with a transfer to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the last two windows, has signed for German giants Bayern Munich.

The 30-year-old joins Bayern on a season-long loan from Italian club Inter Milan which is reportedly worth £4.6million.

Perisic has also been linked with Manchester United, who Wolves meet at Molineux on Monday evening. But his transfer to Bayern ends speculation over a move to the Premier League for the time being.

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Talent spotter joins Wolves

Former Aston Villa chief scout Ian Atkins is joining Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Atkins was sacked by Villa in September as part of a major shake-up in the scouting department at Villa Park.

The reasons behind Atkins’ dismissal remain unknown but he’ll now be tasked with finding Wolves new players from across Europe.

Atkins knows the European market extremely well having talent spotted on the continent for Villa, Everton and Sunderland during a long career.

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Birmingham-born Atkins, 62, enjoyed a long playing career with the likes of Shrewsbury Town and Birmingham City before moving into management.

Atkins then spent 16 years in management in the lower leagues before turning his attentions to scouting and watching games across the globe.

The transfer window is now over but Wolves will continue to monitor players ahead of it re-opening in January and Atkins will play a part in that.

The inside story on latest Wolves transfer addition – READ

United star makes admission

Daniel James has admitted Manchester United will face a ‘big, big test’ when they visit Molineux next week as the winger warned his teammates not to get carried away with their thrashing of Chelsea, writes Shane Ireland.

United ran out comfortable 4-0 winners in a dominant display against Frank Lampard’s side at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Earlier in the day, Wolves kicked off their Premier League campaign with a goalless draw at Leicester City – but they were left furious when Leander Dendoncker’s goal was controversially disallowed after a drawn-out VAR check.

Wolves beat United twice on home soil last season with victories in the Premier League and in the quarter final of the FA Cup and James knows the visitors must be firing on all cylinders when they face Nuno Espirito Santo’s men.

“I think everyone was raring to go anyway, but we can’t get carried away,” James told Sky Sports.

“We’ve got a big, big test at Wolves next week and obviously they’ve shown how good they were, especially against us last season so we’ve got to be prepared for that.”

‘Second season syndrome’

Wolverhampton Wanderers are entering a second season syndrome and will struggle to break into the Premier League top six, writes Ben Husband.

That’s the view of former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan.

Wolves enjoyed a dream return to the top flight last campaign, finishing behind only the established top six in the final Premier League table.

Nuno Espirito Santo also guided his charges to a record points total, one that saw them earn a spot in European competition for the first time in nearly 40 years.

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But speaking after their opening day draw with Leicester City, Jordan believes neither side are equipped to break the status quo at the top of the English game.

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On talkSPORT, he said: “If you think of Leicester and Wolves, using conventional wisdom and think ‘Well OK they are mid table sides’, besides the fact that Leicester won the Premier League in the last three or four years.

“Wolves are coming into a second season syndrome, where the expectation levels among their own fans is going to be very high. The expectation of football per se, is going to be very high.

“Swansea came in and played a brand of football and eventually it will catch up with them. Nuno Espirito Santos (sic) is the current vogue manager.”





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