Wolverhampton Wanderers have secured Premier League football for another seasonafter Fulham suffered defeat at the hands of Chelsea in their West London Derby encounter at Stamford Bridge at the weekend.
Spanish La Liga side Sevilla are currently planning a summer transfer business and have prioritized the signing of a striker over other departments in the squad. Their search for a striker has seen them expand their search scope and have now identified a player in the English Premier League that they're looking to sign in the summer.
Premier League club Newcastle United have been credited with an interest in the potential signing of Senegal international star Abdallah Sima. The Slavia Praha attacking midfielder has attracted a lot of interest among Premier League clubs this season following his fine performances for his club. He, however, is looking highly likely to leave Praha and will reportedly hold talks with as many clubs interested in signing him when the summer transfer window opens in a few months.
Wolverhampton Wanderers doctor Matt Perry has revealed that Raul Jimenez has made good progress since he underwent a surgery for a fractured skull. The Mexico international had a clash of heads with Arsenal’s David Luiz last weekend and he was barely able to move after the incident and was taken off the field with a stretcher.
Shortly after the game, it was revealed that Jimenez had underwent a surgery for a fractured skull and the striker has since regained consciousness and met up with his family. Club doctor Perry has now disclosed that the striker has made excellent progress in his recovery, but emphasised that he won’t provide daily accounts on the player’s situation.
Following their slender 1-0 win over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup on Friday night, Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito has issued a rallying cry to his forwards and called on them to be more lethal and ruthless in front of goal. He particularly singled out Fabio Silva and asked the forward to work on his finishing ability after they struggled to secure a win over their rivals.
The Wolves team ran out victors at the Molineux Stadium after an impressive solo goal from star forward Adama Traore was enough to send them through to the next round of the competition. However, Nuno believes Silva, who missed two golden opportunities to lay the game to bed, should be more clinical in front of goal to cement himself as a good striker.