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Wolves are closing in on the signing of Birmingham defender Roger Johnson after agreeing a fee approaching £7million, Press Association Sport understands.

Wolves must raise Matt Mills bid

Wolves will have to increase their offer for Reading defender Matt Mills to around £4million if they want to secure his signing, Press Association Sport understands.

Wolves sign goalkeeper De Vries

Goalkeeper Dorus de Vries has vowed to challenge Wayne Hennessey for a first team spot at Wolves after moving from Swansea on a three-year contract.

Cameron Jerome could leave Birmingham

Relegated Birmingham will allow striker Cameron Jerome to leave the club if the price is right, Press Association Sport understands.

Wolves hope to clinch Jamie O'Hara deal

Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey is optimistic Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara will make the permanent switch to Molineux in a £5million deal.

McCarthy: Jarvis and Doyle are not for sale

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Wolves offer Jody Craddock new deal

Wolves are offering a new one-year contract to veteran defender Jody Craddock.

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Wolves boss Mick McCarthy insists he is thriving on the pressure of battling for Barclays Premier League survival ahead of Sunday's vital clash with Blackburn at Molineux.

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Manchester United must be fined if they pick fringe team says Wolves owner

Wolves owner Steve Morgan believes Manchester United should be fined by the Premier League if they field a weakened side in their final game against relegation-threatened Blackpool.

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