Wolves Set To Bid For Alex Scott, Jose Sa Latest, Sanderson & Sarkic To Leave - Latest NewsJul 17, 2023
Yes, everyone welcome back to Talking Walls. How you are staying well and safe today. We have a new update video, as you can see, not in the normal, uh, normal office today in Spain for a few days, but yeah, Wolves
newsnever. it stops, apologies if you can hear, I think it's the crickets in the background and you can almost see the seed line there, but it's a little cloudy today, but hopefully it'll be a productive few days for the
wolves, real quick, we'll get started. with some preseason
newsbecause yesterday it was announced that another friendly will be added to their preseason schedule and it will be against FC Porto.
It will be played in Portugal, so they have already been in Portugal and they will return to the UK and then they will fly back to Portugal to face FC Porto, but it will not be at the Porto stadium, but at the Bella Vista stadium, which I think the Nearest airport is Faro airport, but still. It's a bit of a trip so tickets are available for that now. If you want to go, I would probably do it sooner rather than later because it's not a huge lot and that will be on Tuesday, July 25, but it is.
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One big piece of news that broke yesterday was against Alex Scott, the Bristol City midfielder who Wolves have been interested in for so long but never followed up on or so we thought, but it has been revealed in recent weeks or So Wolves made an offer in January which was rejected, it was well below Bristol City's valuation walls. Alex actually got around £18m before this window, which again wasn't enough, but this weekend there was talk that Walls are preparing to make a bid of over £20m for Alex Scott now Bristol City value him at least around £25m, they want to make more money than the record £22m sale they already got, which was Adam Webster to Brighton, eh, but now Alex Scott had said the walls were very much in the race for him.
It was revealed mid to late last week that Bournemouth had submitted a bid of around £15m, obviously Wolves' initial bid was already higher than that. and there were some sources that Alex Crook from the conversations mentioned in particular that in saying that the walls were completely out of the race, some people messaged me about this after I transferred the podcast because we talked a little bit about Alex Scott and we said that he was quite good. is not the case um so he is someone that Yulin Lopategy really admires, he is a prime target for Lopategy and I would be very interested to see how he fits into this current war setup because central midfield for me is probably not a priority area in this moment.
wolves, so I would be very interested to see how this changes, who he replaces, who gets minutes and who doesn't.
I'm very intrigued, but there's a lot of competition here, so I'd still say it's pretty early in this. Well, obviously we have already seen Bournemouth make offers. I'm sure there are Spurs, Newcastle, West Ham United interested, but Alex Scott wants to play football and wants to get minutes, so this could be a really exciting deal for Wolves. I hope they finally announce the home kit too, but it looks like Matt Doherty could be close. Alex Scott could be the first big-money signing for Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer, so we'll keep you updated on that as much as we can.
Dion Sanderson is another who moved to the city of Birmingham. It was officially confirmed that he moved there yesterday on a permanent deal. Reports suggest he could cost around £2m with a host of add-ons and a percentage of sale on the walls in favour, um yes he has been a Wolves academy graduate had several loan spells and was in Birmingham a couple of times with QPR Sunderland too so yeah he just struggled to break through and just certain managers in Dion Sanderson so we wish him all the best and I'm sure he'll have a very successful football career.
José saw it. There is still a lot of speculation about him right now towards the end of the week. Sources in Portugal said that the walls would only approve a deal for José SAR. If a First Team and First Choice goalkeeper were already lined up and ready to join the team, one of those goalkeepers was Liverpool's Kelleha, he was linked on Thursday night and apparently valued at around £20m. I've never seen a large amount of this. Boy, if I'm completely honest, he's obviously been a backup to Alison at Liverpool, but a lot of people now responding on social media are praising him and he's also supposedly a bit better with the ball at his feet, which seems to be pretty important. . to howl opportunity, he wants to play in Wars um, but José still saw a lot of speculation, but I guess you know that when it's preseason you want your team to be ready, you want the goalkeeper and the defense to possibly be pretty settled before that um.
So let's see, but obviously a lot of this depends on the situation at Nottingham Forest, with Dean Henderson and his signing from Manchester United, but at the moment he is still quite calm, but you have to
leaveit to the subjective goalkeepers. It seems that Matia Sarkic will also
leave. Did it have to happen this summer? We already have Sarah at the moment or First Choice goalkeepers Dan Bentley. There's Tom King, who came in, so the psychic was always going to be allowed to leave and it looks like he's moving on. to his former lions club Stoke City, an initial fee of around £1.25m, again, another deal which will include add-ons and sales on top of that, Ryan Giles, you know, the wars are starting to move forward , you know, backup. players and fringe players Ryan Jones is someone who I think a lot of fans want to be given a chance, especially with how well he has done in the Championship in recent years.
His future awards are likely to become clearer in the coming days. um, whether that means he'll stay at Walls or whatever that means he'll move on, it's Middlesbrough formal, he's still extremely interested in it. um, you'd assume Walls would get a half-decent fee for Ryan Giles, but uh, yeah. Personally I would like to see him stay but at the same time the left side is pretty close to the walls at the moment we have Totti Gómez you could play there Hugo Bueno Ryan eight Nori although obviously he can play a little further up or has been playing further up in preseason play so far, Johnny could obviously play there right now, but he seems likely to leave, but I'd be interested.
I think maybe with the signing of Alex Scott we could prioritize those central areas a little more, which means the full backs and you know we will be given a little more license to attack and get into the right areas and I think Ryan Giles is going to do that and it's going to be someone who can also put the ball in the right area um and the last one today there have been rumors about this for about 12 months, but Nico González from Barcelona seems like he's fine, he wants minutes, he wants first class football equipment. uh, he's only back from last year, he's now back in Barcelona for pre-season, but Javi, Bossa's current coach, will be looking at him if he decides he's not part of his first team plans and Nico González wants to leave . wants to play football next season, they have once again been touted as a destination for him, as have the likes of Aston Villa.
We have previously looked at Betty's if he wants to stay in Spain and even FC Porto, so there are plenty of options for Nico Gonzalez, but with the signing of Alex Scott and the central midfield area quite stacked, this to me seems quite unlikely, but Guys, let me know your thoughts on today's video and the rumors that Alex Scott could be the first big signing for Walls. There's still a long way to go until summer, but let's keep our fingers crossed that we can get through it. Enjoy the rest of the weekend, guys, and I'll see you all very, very soon.
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