Published: Sun, August 12, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Wolves' Owners Set Target Of Winning Premier League By 2025

Wolves' Owners Set Target Of Winning Premier League By 2025

"The list of injured players is an important list and, after training, I will speak with that group of [World Cup] players because everybody is different, physically and mentally, to see how they feel they are and to understand how they can help or not help".

"When a club pays money it's because it's his value in the market", he said.

He was also asked a follow-up question to clarify that there would be no incomings or outgoings throughout the day.

Jean Michael Seri was a transfer target for Barcelona just 12 months ago, but will now be lining up at Craven Cottage rather than the Non Camp along with former Nice team-mate Maxime Le Marchand, German World Cup victor Andre Schurrle and Alfie Mawson, who earned an England call-up earlier in the year. We gave our best, it was a hard team against a great team. The France World Cup victor did captain United on Friday and netted a penalty in the 2-1 victory over Leicester.

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Silva, who featured in all three of Manchester City's warm-up matches as well as the Community Shield, looks set to start against Arsenal on Sunday.

He's complained about every possible position at the club except for his goalkeeper, and David de Gea is coming off an very bad World Cup.

The club, however, opted to sign Aston Villa midfielder, Jack Grealish as reinforcement in the midfield but the deal failed to materialize as Aston Villa rejected the £25m bid for the player until the transfer window finally closed on Thursday.

Surprisingly, newly-promoted Fulham was third on the highest spenders' list with 105.3 million euros spent on seven players.

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Brighton spent around 60 million pounds reinforcing for its second season in the Premier League, but couldn't manage a shot on target in a 2-0 loss at Watford.

Last season's top-two teams spent nothing yesterday.

It took technology to determine that Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen's header crossed the line at Newcastle. His performances saw him linked with several moves to other Premier League clubs, only for the 21-year-old to opt to stay put at Molineux and play his part in the club's first season back in the top flight since 2012.

However, Emery is adamant that the aggressive style of play he will bring to the club will be the deciding factor this season. Mahrez bolsters City's already impressive array of attacking talent and, while Guardiola missed out on Italy midfielder Jorginho, who instead joined Chelsea, the champions' combination of youthful swagger and world-class talent still makes them favourites to reign supreme again at the end of the season.

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