Check Out “Alex Scott, a Bristol City youngster, is close to joining Wolves.” The young man, who is now 19 years old, was named the Championship Young Player of the Year for the 2017–2018 season, which contributed to his being recognized as one of the best youngsters in the country.

There has been speculation that West Ham and Bournemouth could make a move for the young player, but it appears like Wolves have beaten out their competition to get him.

The Midlands organization reportedly reached an agreement on a deal of £25 million, with a further £7 million to be paid in add-ons, as reported by the Telegraph.

Additionally, it has been stated that Scott will get a medical examination within the next two days in preparation for his transfer to Molineux.

Alex Scott, A Bristol City Youngster, Is Close To Joining Wolves
Alex Scott, A Bristol City Youngster, Is Close To Joining Wolves

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Mohammad Kudus, who is a target for Arsenal, has been compared favorably to Antony, an ex-Ajax teammate.

The illustrious player Marco van Basten of the Netherlands is of the opinion that the Ghanaian who can play multiple positions is more intelligent than the winger who plays for Manchester United.

He made the following statement: “In my opinion, Mohammed Kudus is a much better football player than Antony.”

“Antony is talented, but he is befuddled by the things he is attempting to accomplish! Kudus has a significantly superior technique, and he is quite knowledgeable about what he is doing.

“Kudus may not be as quick as Antony, but he is more intelligent and technically savvy. He is much more of a footballer, and the squad might benefit from having him play in any position because he is an all-rounder.

In point of fact, I enjoy his company significantly more than that of Antony. He is more entertaining to watch play sports.

Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek has admitted he could leave Old Trafford this summer.

This comes after the Dutchman scored the game-winning goal for their team against Lyon on Wednesday in Edinburgh.

He stated that “For the time being, it is difficult to say where my future lies.”

“Yes, [he could stay], but there’s also a chance that I move, so everything is up in the air at this point. My main priorities right now are getting as physically strong as I can and continuing forward.

“When it comes to football, you never know, and that’s especially true for me. I’ve been connected to a huge number of clubs, but that’s not what I’m concentrating on right now.

“Every day, I am reminded of how honored I am to be able to wear this shirt. Let’s see what occurs.”