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|Update on Wolves' negotiations with Sporting Lisbon over Patricio as Molineux lands on FIFA 19
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This is the first sighting of Molineux on the latest version of FIFA as Wolverhampton Wanderers’ famous ground makes its first appearance on the globally popular video game. EA Sports design identical versions of the twenty Premier League stadiums for their annual edition of the game, available on PlayStation and Xbox, but they’ve only done so for the last handful of years.
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EA Sports, a division of game designers and publishers Electronic Arts, have gone into fine detail for Molineux’s four stands, including the South Bank and the North Bank, and the dug-out which Nuno Espritio Santo patrols every fortnight. FIFA 19 is set to hit the shops around the UK at the end of this month. It’ll feature the full Wolves squad, sbo666 including new recruits such as Joao Moutinho, Raul Jimenez and Jonny, who have been assembled by Nuno this summer.
The transfer window has now closed for Wolverhampton Wanderers, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t a host of players currently out of contract that can’t be snapped up. There are free agents available that have Championship experience, others that have previously starred on the continent, and others yet who have Premier League winner medals.
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sporting will reopen negotiations over goalkeeper Rui Patricio after the Portuguese giants elected a new president over the weekend, writes Alex Dicken. sbo666 Patricio was among the players to cancel his contract with Sporting over the summer after being attacked by ultras at the club’s training ground. He then signed for Wolves on a free transfer - a deal brokered by super agent Jorge Mendes - and Sporting vowed to sue for a whopping €54million.