Three new faces will be in the Wolverhampton Wanderers dressing room as the arrivals of Jordan Spence, Junior Stanislas and Greg Cunningham have been finalised.
Spence Joins from the Hammers
Spence revealed his desire to prove himself after a hard time in a 7 year spell at West Ham. Capp is said to be delighted with the arrival of Spence and is surprised that West Ham let the Right Back leave for only £850k
Cunningham Joins the Revolution
Capp revealed that Doyle suggested Cunningham to him in a recent meeting between Capp and Doyle about the players future. Cunningham is said to be delighted with the project Capp has planned for the squad.
Stanislas on board
Junior Stanislas has joined the Wolves Revolution with Capp at the helm saying he is relishing the first team opportunity given to him by Capp as he felt his time was nearing the end at Burnley and wanted to have the chance of First team games
Two further players leave the club however as Hennessey and Johnson both leave for life back in the Premier League.
Wayne Hennessey relieved to be back at the Top
Wayne has revealed his relief at being given a shot back in the top division, however both Capp and the Board are unhappy over Hennessey holding the club to ransom as to his deal in staying. This moved their hands in the selling of Hennessey to Liverpool for £1.9million plus future incentives of 30% of the next transfer fee.
Johnson moves to the PL after long, positive talks with Capp
After long discussions between Capp and Johnson, we see Johnson move onto new pastures. Both parties left on good terms though with Capp wishing Johnson all the best at Palace. Johnson is thankful of Capp for understanding and letting his wish come true with moving to a bigger club. The Board and Capp are both pleased with the wages freed up from the sale of Johnson.
Rumours are rife with who will be moving to Molineux to replace the gap left by Johnson. Names such as Dedryck Boyata and Craig Cathcart have been touted for permanent moves while Tomas Kalas has been talked about coming in on Loan.