Date: 2nd January 2019 at 6:30am
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On New Year’s Day Wolverhampton Wanderers confirmed that highly rated 18-year-old David Wang had put pen to paper on a long-term deal at the Molineux and he now heads out to Sporting CP on a loan spell for the second half of the campaign to further bolster his experience and aid his development.

The right-footed winger has signed a four and a half year deal with us and comes in from Spanish fourth tier outfit Jumilla B (as fans will know, Wolves have a deal with Jumilla and they have a few of our youngsters out on loan with them for experience as well). He’s made 16 appearances for them so far this year and having featured on the Guardian’s ’60 best youngsters’ list last season, he’s also been named as the best futsal player in his home province for straight seasons back in 2009 through to 2012.

He’s expected to feature for Sporting’s B side as he continues his development but he could well be a name to remember in future years.


2 Replies to “Wolves Make First January Signing One For The Future In Wang”

  • I see some so-called Wolves fans have rubbished the signing!
    Perhaps they would be happier if Wolves signed Messi or Neymar?
    Wang is obviously one for the future and his loan will enable him to develop at his own pace away from the pressures of England.
    Fosun are not in it for the short term and Wang could well be a good player for the future but we shall have to wait and see.

    • I know nothing of the lad so I’ll defer judgement. He might be a future legend, he might be a complete flop – he’s got to be given a chance first and even if it’s a business deal and we think we can develop him slightly then sell for a good profit, it suits our long-term aims.

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