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  1. Wolves making patient start to transfer windowpublished at 15:13 1 July

    Ruben NevesImage source, Getty Images

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    It has been a quiet transfer window for Wolves so far, with Roman Saiss leaving and no-one coming in.

    It is expected Joao Moutinho will sign a new deal - but the big talk is around Ruben Neves.

    At the start of the summer, it seemed he was sure to leave. Now it is not so certain.

    The future of Adama Traore is up for debate as well.

    I suspect far more will be known about Bruno Lage's summer plans at this point next week.

  2. Hwang returns after military training published at 14:07 30 June

    Wolves forward Hwang Hee-chan has completed a mandatory period of military training in his homeland.

    The South Korean will now be available for Wolves' build-up to the new campaign.

    Last season the 26-year-old scored five goals in 30 Premier League games.

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  3. 'Nice but not iconic' - your favourite Wolves kitspublished at 16:10 28 June

    Dennis Irwin wears a Wolves shirt in 2004Image source, Getty Images

    We asked you for your favourite Wolves kits from the Premier League era.

    Here are some of your suggestions:

    Mark: Best two kits for me were both Adidas - the home W88 one from our first season back in our most recent return to the Premier League and our black Adidas away one from the following season, when we made it into the Europa League. Lovely shirts both of them.

    Jon: Doritos kit hands down, although I didn’t mind some of the GoodYear kits. The last few seasons have been nice, but not iconic.

    Luke: My favourite Wolves kit from the Premier League era is the 2021-22 away kit.

  4. Bolla returns to Switzerland on loanpublished at 11:29 27 June

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    Wolves defender Bendeguz Bolla has headed back to Grasshoppers Zurich on loan for the 2022-23 season.

    The 22-year-old played 30 times in the Swiss Super League last season, helping Grasshoppers reach the qualifying rounds of the Europa League.

    Bolla has seven caps for Hungary - including playing against Italy in the most recent round - of Nations League internationals, and will hope to continue his development with first-team football in Switzerland.

  5. What is your favourite Wolves shirt from the Premier League era?published at 17:01 24 June

    Wolves' kit for 2022-23Image source, Wolverhampton Wanderers

    As the Premier League prepares for its 30th anniversary, we want to know what your favourite Wolves kit is from this era.

    You've seen the shirt for the upcoming season, but tell us your pick from the past three decades and which memory stands out?

    Have your say here

  6. Draw made for Papa John's Trophy group stagepublished at 12:49 23 June

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    Rotherham won last season's Papa John's Trophy

    The draw has been made for the group stage of this season's Papa John's Trophy, with teams split into northern and southern groups and 16 Premier League under-21 sides again involved.

    In the northern section, Everton have been drawn with Harrogate Town, Hartlepool United and Morecambe, while Leeds face Bolton Wanderers, Crewe Alexandra and Tranmere Rovers.

    Leicester will face Bradford City, Burton Albion and Sheffield Wednesday, while Liverpool have been drawn with Accrington Stanley, Rochdale and Salford City.

    Barnsley, Doncaster Rovers and Lincoln City make up Newcastle's group, with Manchester City taking on Derby County, Grimsby Town and Mansfield Town.

    Manchester United have been drawn with Barrow, Carlisle United and Fleetwood Town, leaving Wolves to face Port Vale, Shrewsbury Town and Stockport County.

  7. Hoever completes PSV loan movepublished at 09:16 23 June

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    Wolves defender Ki-Jana Hoever has completed a season-long loan move to PSV Eindhoven for the 2022-23 season.

    The Dutchman moves back to his home country to seek regular game time after featuring 25 times over the past two seasons for Wolves.

  8. Transfer news: Wolves join race for Collinspublished at 08:30 20 June

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    Wolves and Leicester City are expected to make bids for Burnley's 21-year-old Republic of Ireland defender Nathan Collins, who has also been linked with Leeds United and Newcastle United, this week. (Sun), external

    Meanwhile, midfielder Ruben Neves is an option for Manchester United if they fail to sign Barcelona playmaker Frenkie de Jong this summer. (Fabrizio Romano, via givemesport), external

    Leeds have also approached Wolves over a potential summer deal for Spain winger Adama Traore, 26. (Football Insider), external

    Want more transfer rumours? Read Monday's full gossip column here

  9. 'A relatively gentle start' - your thoughts on Wolves' fixturespublished at 17:08 17 June

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    We asked how you were feeling about Wolves' 2022-23 schedule after the fixture list was released.

    Here are some of your thoughts:

    Brian: A relatively gentle start to the season. If we can make a decision on the crucial signing of a central striker and not another goalscoring winger, we should have an encouraging beginning in our quest for European football.

    Bob: It is great to see the new fixtures but it would be better to see some new signings because until then it is difficult to know what to expect! It's obvious that the purse strings are being held tight yet again and talk is cheap but until we sell we won't be buying anyone, so come on Fosun, do your bit.

    Leslie: So, Wolves start and finish the season away, again. Boxing Day game, away. The New Year game, away.

    Stuart: We need to start with better results than last season. Minimum 12 points by the end of August!

    Have your say on Wolves' fixture schedule here

  10. Break in Premier League of more than six weeks in 2022-23published at 15:03 17 June

    The 2022-23 season has been adjusted to accommodate the 2022 World Cup, which takes place in the middle of the domestic calendar.

    It starts a week earlier than normal - 75 days after the final day of the 2021-22 campaign - and finishes a week later than usual on 28 May.

    Fifa, world football's governing body, has already stipulated that players must be released on 14 November for the World Cup.

    It means the mid-season break will last more than six weeks.

    There will be 16 matchdays before Qatar - five in August, three in September, six in October and two in November.

    Games on 12-13 November before World Cup: Bournemouth v Everton, Brighton v Aston Villa, Fulham v Manchester United, Liverpool v Southampton, Manchester City v Brentford,  Newcastle United v Chelsea,  Nottingham Forest v Crystal Palace,  Tottenham Hotspur v Leeds United,  West Ham United v Leicester City,  Wolverhampton Wanderers v ArsenalImage source, BBC Sport
  11. Will opening day see Leeds end unbeaten Elland Road run against Wolves?published at 12:29 17 June

    Wolves are unbeaten in four away league games against Leeds since a 2-1 defeat back in April 2016
    • Leeds and Wolves will be facing each other in the first league match of a season for only the second time (also in 2012-13 in the Championship).

    • United have lost their opening Premier League match in both seasons since returning to the top flight, while Wolves have only been beaten once on the opening day in the past six campaigns.

  12. 'Players need a break in order to perform'published at 09:52 17 June

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    Ex-England defender Laura Bassett says players need a proper break in order to perform at a high level.

    After a busy post-season international schedule, the domestic 2022-23 season starts just 50 days after Premier League fixtures were released on Thursday.

    Bassett says recent international performances have shown that players need a longer break.

    She told BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily: "It’s tough isn’t it? But over recent years it's something players have had to get used to, rightly or wrongly.

    "I just think the clubs are so refined in their processes and their research. The amount of staff that they have now, you really have to give the players as much support as possible.

    "But sometimes, as a player, it’s the psychological and mental aspect that you just can’t take away - and underestimate and downplay, to be honest.

    "We saw from recent games that it’s tough. These players are human - you can’t forget that. You can’t just roll out performances at such a high level and intensity. Players need a break in order to perform."

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  13. What are your thoughts on Wolves' fixture list?published at 12:31 16 June

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    You knew Wolves would be playing everyone twice - but you now know when those games are taking place too.

    Is there a stretch you are dreading? Or perhaps favouring? How is your Christmas looking? And where could the club put together a run of wins?

    See Wolves' Premier League fixtures in full here

    Have your say here

  14. How your season finishespublished at 11:51 16 June

    The run-in: Brighton v Wolves - Sat, 29 April, 15:00; Wolves v Aston Villa - Sat, 6 May, 15:00; Manchester United v Wolves - Sat, 13 May, 15:00; Wolves v Everton - Sat, 20 May, 15:00; Arsenal v Wolves - Sun, 28 May, 16:00
  15. How your season startspublished at 11:12 16 June

    Wolves' August fixtures: Leeds v Wolves, Wolves v Fulham, Tottenham v Wolves, Wolves v  Newcastle, Bournemouth v Wolves
  16. Picking out Wolves' key datespublished at 10:25 16 June

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    After opening the campaign at Leeds United, Wolves' first home game will be against newly promoted Fulham on 13 August.

    Bruno Lage will have to wait until next year for the West Midlands derby against Aston Villa, travelling the short distance to Villa Park on 2 January 2023 to round off the Christmas period.

    Just a few days earlier, Wolves are scheduled to face Everton at Goodison Park on Boxing Day and host Manchester United on New Year's Eve.

    They will close out the season on 28 May 2023 with a trip to Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.

  17. Full opening weekend programmepublished at 09:25 16 June

    Crystal Palace v Arsenal, Bournemouth v Aston Villa, Everton v Chelsea, Fulham v Liverpool, Leeds United v Wolves, Leicester v Brentford, Newcastle v Nottingham Forest, Tottenham v Southampton, Manchester United v Brighton, West Ham v Manchester City
  18. Premier League fixtures: Wolves face Leeds in openerpublished at 09:03 16 June

    Leeds v Wolves

    Wolves will visit Leeds United in their opening game of the 2022-23 Premier League season.

    The match will take place on Saturday, 6 August, with Wanderers' first home fixture against Fulham on the weekend of 13 August.

    See Wolves' Premier League fixtures in full here

    Have your say here