Here are the titles of the morning Wolves for Monday 13 July.
Nuno explains Daniel Podence’s position
Nuno Espirito Santo succumbed to requests from Wolverhampton Wanderers fans and handed Daniel Podence his first Premier League start against Everton.
When asked about the decision later, Nuno explained: “I think he played well. Daniel is a talented player. Today he was able to help the team. He arrived late, everyone knows. He was preparing his moments. This is all about trying to use the players at the right times so we can take advantage of them.
“This is what it is about, this is our message for our team. I know that players get angry sometimes and don’t understand our decisions. It is up to us to motivate them because the opportunity will come.
“It’s about how ready you are to help the team when it’s needed. We need everyone. We have to get the best out of each of us until the end of the season. “
Read what Nuno said in full after Podence’s “magic” against Everton here.
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Celtic connected with the wing
Mirror Sport reports that a number of clubs have investigated the future of Podence, 24, with many eager to borrow it.
Of these, it is claimed that Scottish Celtic champions are leading the race, after making contact with the decision makers of Molineux.
Podence’s slow integration into Nuno’s starting XI has followed a recent pattern of new arrivals in Wolves. Leander Dendoncker and Adama Traore were both forced to wait before becoming regulars, while Patrick Cutrone’s stay in the club ended after only a few months.
Prior to Sunday’s win against Everton, Podence had played just 44 minutes of flying action for Wolves.
Read the full story here.
Redknapp believes Neves is slated to move between Man Utd links
Sky Sports opponent Jamie Redknapp said goodbye to Ruben Neves and made a transfer prediction on the midfielder after Wolves’ 3-0 win over Everton.
The 23-year-old played a key role for Nuno Espirito Santo’s men while Raul Jimenez, Leander Dendoncker and Diogo Jota scored in the convincing victory.
Neves once again showed why he is so appreciated by producing a safe display in the middle of the park.
The director joined Porto in 2017 and continued to build his reputation for connections with Manchester United.
You can read what Neves’ Redknapp said here.
Summerville is still the target of a “rejected offer”
The wolves remain interested in the young Dutchman Crysencio Summerville before the summer transfer window, according to reports.
The 18-year-old wing, who impressed on loan at Feyenoord’s ADO Den Haag, is expected to attract a lot of interest when trading resumes.
Last year it was reported that wolves had shown interest in Summerville, which was thought to be valued at around £ 2 million.
According to Voetbal International, Feyenoord is excited to secure talent on a long-term contract before the new season. But they claim that wolves are still thrilled with Summerville, who made 21 appearances in the Dutch Eredivisie before the coronavirus block, having already seen an offer decline.
Read the full update on the Wolf target here.