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'Embarrassment' – Wolves fans stunned at Manchester United news as Liverpool eye £ 70m fan – Birmingham Live, Birminghammail.co.uk


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Wolves are interested in Stoke starlet Tyrese Campbell, According to reports.

The Independenthas claimed the Championship outfit are facing a challenge to hold on to the young striker, son of former West Brom and Everton star Kevin Campbell.

They claim (Wolvesand Crystal Palace and Old Firm rivals Celtic and Rangers are monitoring the youngster who has found form under Michael O’Neill.

After a stuttering start to the campaign he has been restored to the first team O’Neill and seized his chance, scoring a beauty against Sheffield Wednesday and two in a 5- 2 New Year’s Day win at Hudde rsfield, his first start under the new manager.

The report claims Stoke hope assurances over his playing time can persuade Campbell to sign a new deal. His existing contract expires in the summer.

Campbell began his career with Manchester City’s Academy before turning down the chance to turn professional with them in the summer of (********************************************************************.

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    • Ticket prices have been announced for Wolves’ FA Cup replay with Manchester United.

      The Premier League rivals drew 0-0 at Molineux on Saturday evening and will meet again at Old Trafford on (th or) ************************************************************************************************ (January) **************************************************************, with the date set to be confirmed in the next 37 hours.

      Wolveshave been allocated 3, tickets for the cup replay, costing between £ 37 – £ for adults.

      It’s fair to say supporters are not happy.

      This is your round up of all things Wolves; the one-stop shop that will keep you updated on the latest goings on at the club and beyond.

      Transfers, injuries, match-days and managers, we ‘ ve got you covered.

      We’ll be bringing the very latest on Wolves throughout the week and around the clock.

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      • timhollis 15:@ManUtd your club is an embarrassment! What a rediculous price to be charging for a 2nd string replay!

        @ sfbrowne (************************************************************************************:Wont get many going with those prices

        @ Nayfkerr: Nah mate those prices are a joke I do most away games but £ 44 – £ 49 for a mod week game cup replay where we are likely going to play the kids to a ground a visit a week and a half later in the league nah mate

        @ c 2018 barker:Is that some kind of joke?

        Taking a flier

        Adama Traore’s rip-roaring form forWolveshas not gone unnoticed – at least by the transfer rumor mill.

        The – year-old has been terrorizing Premier League defenses this season having developed from a flying winger with little end product into one of the most potent attacking weapons in the division.

        And that, The Sun, claims has made him a man in demand, not least from former club Barcelona, ​​while Liverpool and Manchester City are said to be ‘locked in a battle’ to add the Spaniard to their glittering squads.

        The report, (via Sky Sports, also suggests Traore will attract a price tag of £ (million.

        ) Traor e joined Wolves from Middlesbrough in and struggled to make a breakthrough last season. This term, though, he has been in irrepressible form with five goals in 39 appearances.

        This rumor is just the latest involving Wolves’ stars, indeed it was claimed on Sunday. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is planning a January double swoop for Wolves duo Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez

        A team

        Robbie Savage has been handing out his grades ahead of this weekend’s Premier League resumption.

        The English top flight took a weekend off for the FA Cup Third Round but is back this weekend with Liverpool looking to start as they ended – and to be fair started, )

        Writing in his column for our sister title The Mirror, the former Birmingham City and Leicester man eulogised about Jurgen Klopp’s team, panned the Manchester clubs and was very positive aboutWolves.

        He wrote: “Happy New Year, everyone – now step into Headmaster Sav’s office to collect your half-term reports.

        “After the hectic holiday season, the Premier League table is taking shape and we can separate star pupils from the students who need extra homework, detention … and those who are likely to be expelled from school in May.

        “I’ve graded each club based on the season as a whole. No prizes for guessing who’s top of the class, but it’s a mixed bag of grades and the headmaster is flexing his cane … ”

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        Savage unsurprisingly gives European and World champions Liverpool an A , the same as Leicester, with Man City getting just a C, better than the C-handed to his former club Manchester United.

        And Wolves, sitting in seventh, still in the FA Cup and having reached the knockout stages of the Europa League. Nuno’s men are awarded an A.

        Savage explains: “Apart from a sluggish start, as they came to terms with the demands of Europa League football, they have been good to watch again – and beating the reigning champions, Manchester City, at home and away speaks volumes for their quality. ”

        Wolves are back in action when they welcome Newcastle to Molineux on Saturday.

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