Date: 20th May 2019 at 6:25am
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With European football in 2019/20 guaranteed for Wolverhampton Wanderers, it could be an even bigger summer for the club and head coach Nuno Espirito Santo and it seems we have finally made our mind up on the future of Ivan Cavaleiro.

With Santo and executive chairman Jeff Shi already talking about maintaining a tight group of first team seniors, and then using our youth Academy to provide the backup, we can still expect a few incomings and outgoings before the summer transfer window closes, and it seems 25-year-old Cavaleiro will be one of the departures as long as we get our fee.

The Birmingham Mail reported late last week that we had now set a price of £12million minimum for the winger and we have made fellow Portuguese wide player Helder Costa available as well.

Cavaleiro did make 29 appearances in 2018/19 but only nine of those were from the start, Costa featured more, making 30 appearances with 18 starts.

Adama Traore continues to feature on the rumour mill when it comes to his own future as well.

You would imagine we’ll be looking to move on our loanees who spent the year away from us as well, as whilst Kortney Hause should be nailed on to complete his buy clause at Aston Villa, Leo Bonatini will certainly be returning from Nottingham Forest after a poor spell.

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2 Replies to “Report – Wolves Name Price For 25 y/o As We Look To The Future”

  • Hope I’m wrong but letting those two go will be mistake has there is not that quality in the under 23s, we have some good players in the academy but I don’t think we have the qualities of Costa or Cavalerio.
    I hope the club have replacements lined up.

    • I can only imagine we’d sell with direct replacements (and hoped improvements) in mind.

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