Wolves linked to mind-boggling Coutinho transfer as Jimenez receives instructions from Tottenham

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Premier League sets deadline to restart Wolves season

The Premier League has been set a deadline to restart the Wolverhampton Wanderers season.

UEFA has told its members that they must receive a plan to resume competition by May 25, otherwise other leagues may see their season canceled.

Discussions regarding the potential return of the Premier League are ongoing, with a videoconference between clubs and stakeholders scheduled for Friday, as England seek to follow other major leagues in Europe by continuing their plans to resume the season.

The Premier League has committed to ending the season, as far as possible, but details on the plans have not yet been finalized, with a number of scenarios being considered – including matches at neutral venues.

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Jimenez sent a transfer warning to Tottenham

Raul Jimenez was warned not to move to Tottenham due to the pressure to fill the void left by Harry Kane.

Jimenez’s form was one of many highlights in a great campaign for the Wolves, who are sixth in the standings and last in the Europa League.

The Mexican international scored 22 goals in his first season as a permanent Wolves player after seeing his loan from Benfica improved to £ 32.6 million last year.

He has been linked to the Spurs as a potential replacement for Kane, who is said to be on Manchester United’s wish list.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers Raul Jimenez Celebration

UEFA to unveil new Wolves qualification proposal

A plan by UEFA to limit the number of clubs that can qualify for European competition has been outlined in a report by the Football Association, which would end the battle for the top four in the Premier League.

Measures to protect “income streams of European elite clubs” are outlined in the FA report, which details the European football governing body’s plans to expand its continental competitions, reports the Mirror.

The top four races in the Premier League have been extremely competitive in recent seasons, with the “big six” facing challenges such as Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leicester City and Sheffield United.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s team is sixth in the standings, just five points behind the top four and above Arsenal and Tottenham.

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Former Liverpool star Coutinho touted for Wolves transfer

Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho is more suitable for Wolverhampton Wanderers than Chelsea.

This is the verdict of pandit Stan Collymore who thinks Frank Lampard would make a “mistake” by bringing the Brazilian playmaker to Stamford Bridge.

Coutinho’s future should come under the microscope this summer after a bad season on loan to German giant Bayern Munich. Bayern have the option of signing the 27-year-old from Barcelona, ​​but will not take it.

Coutinho’s record of nine goals in 32 appearances did little to convince Bayern to spend the kind of money necessary to make him a permanent player at Allianz Arena.

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Club leader gives wolves a boost

Penarol vice president Rodolfo Catino has dismissed allegations that Real Madrid could do something for the target of the Wolves, Facundo Pellistri.

The 18-year-old, nicknamed the “Pearl of Penarol”, is one of the most exciting young players in South American football, having burst onto the team earlier this season.

Reports were released earlier this month that Wolves, Real Madrid and Manchester City are all interested in Pellistri, with claims that wolves may take a step in the coming days.

But Catino rejected suggestions that Madrid is preparing to make an official offer.

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