Wolves get their pre-season fixture schedule underway today with a trip to face Crewe.
New-boys Jose Sa and Yerson Mosquera won’t be involved in that match, however.
They haven’t even started training with their new teammates yet and a report by the Express and Star shares when they’ll do exactly that.
The squad flies out to Marbella on Tuesday for a training camp and that’s when the new faces will link up with the squad.
Colombian Mosquera signed for Wolves in the middle of June, but still hasn’t met his new teammates.
It’s not quite clear why that is, because Wolves have been training together for two weeks now.
Bruno Lage is short on senior options because some players have an extended break after Euro 2020.
So he’ll be glad to see his numbers bolstered when he gets to Marbella, which might see pre-season kick on to a new level.
It’ll be interesting to see the extent of the role Mosquera has at Molineux in his maiden season.
He’ll not expect to be a regular starter right from the off, but perhaps the Africa Cup of Nations in January will hand him an opportunity.
Willy Boly and Romain Saiss could go away on international duty and Mosquera will hope to be a bit more settled by then.
The first step is to get used to Bruno Lage’s demands and the demands of English football and that process starts next week.
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