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Wolves stepped up their bid to qualify for the Champions League as Leander Dendoncker sealed a 1-0 win at Aston Villa that lifted them into fifth place in the Premier League on Saturday.
Key Wolves players are attracting interest, but Nuno Espirito Santo does not believe they must achieve anything in particular to keep them.
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo is confident the club can retain their best players even if they fail in a surprise bid to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Wolves' striker Raúl Jiménez has talked about the interest other Premier League greats have shown in him thanks to his good performances this season.
Liverpool have set their sights on Wolverhampton to strengthen their attacking zone. And, in the process, they could bring Spanish to the club once again, as they did in a successful and not too distant past. Adama Traoré and Raúl Jiménez have both been linked.
Several Chinese media sources inform that Wolves are interested in signing Wu Lei and it is their intention to go for him if Espanyol go down. He intends to stay in Spain, but the English side aren't losing hope.
Adama Traoré of the Wolves meets all the requirements to become Jürgen Klopp's new striker. Liverpool want him at all costs and, according to 'The Sun', they are preparing 67 million euros to get ahead of Bayern, City, United or Arsenal, the player's other pursuers.
Everything seems to indicate that Adama Traoré is going to be one of the most popular players in the summer market. To Liverpool and Arsenal's interest, you would have to add City, United and Bayern's, according to the 'Mirror'.
Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White is set to face disciplinary action after becoming the latest Premier League player to breach the coronavirus lockdown.