Yesterday, goalkeeper Louie Moulden became Wolves’ second signing of the summer transfer window.
Moulden has signed a two-year deal, and will become a Wolves player on 1st July after his contract at Manchester City expires next week.
As per the club website, technical director Scott Sellars said: “Louie is very much a young goalkeeper who has a lot of potential and we believe this is a good opportunity for him to develop at the club.
“When he was here on trial, he really impressed. We knew from his performance in the match that there was a deal to be done, and we just needed the right moment to do it.”
“He showed great quality; his distribution is excellent, he’s great with his feet, he’s a very strong shot-stopper.
“He’s got a good pedigree, having been at Liverpool and Man City as a kid and playing for England at several levels.
“He’s only 19, but he joins a very good group of young goalkeepers we have at Wolves who will be pushing to be part of the first-team squad next season.”
He also took to Instagram after completing the move to send a message to Wolves fans, as well as share how ‘delighted’ he is to have signed.
Another young Englishman who is having a very exciting summer in Jude Bellingham replied.
There were plenty of well-wishers and another was Wolves starlet Luke Matheson.
Moulden has plenty to do before he’s in the Wolves first team but with uncertainty over both Rui Patricio and John Ruddy’s futures, there is a glimmer of opportunity there.
And he could certainly do worse than pick Bellingham as a role model after his rapid progress so far.
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