£27.5m Wolves Man Spotted At Compton For The First Time In Seven Months
Wolves have released a new video on their YouTube channel – and there was a surprise appearance from Goncalo Guedes at Compton Park.

The forward spent the second half of last season on loan with Benfica.

It was an injury-hit spell for the Portuguese forward.

He had two knee operations, the second of which took place in May.

It is thought that Guedes will on the sidelines for at least another month.

Goncalo Guedes spotted in canteen at Compton, as well as Bruno Jordao
Earlier today, Wolves uploaded a new video on YouTube.

Hwang Hee-chan is the focus of the video, with the club surprising the winger by making Dakbaeksuk, a Korean soup, for Malbok which is traditionally one of the last hot days of the year in Korea.

Hwang is given the soup, and during this video the camera pans around the table, revealing some Wolves players that are sitting at the tables.

Interestingly, at 4:11, Guedes can be seen. It is the first time he’s been seen at Compton for seven months.

Rarely seen midfielder Bruno Jordao is also present, having not been involved in pre-season after returning to the club from a loan spell at Santa Clara.

Nelson Semedo and Pedro Neto are also at the table.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Training Session

Goncalo Guedes likely only making a fleeting visit
Guedes being back at Compton is probably just a matte of protocol since the £27.5 million man is currently injury.

Guedes is still recovering from his second knee surgery.

It could be that he’s back so that the Wolves medical staff can check in with him.

Record report that Guedes does actually have an agreement with Benfica to sign for another season on loan. Their report does also state that Guedes had left them to return to England ‘to deal with personal matters’.

It is something Wolves have reportedly been prepared to sanction for a while now.

It will be interesting to see what happens with Jordao though.

He’s had rotten luck with injuries since arriving at the club alongside Pedro Neto from Lazio.


It remains to be seen if he’ll become a first-team option for new manager Gary O’Neil, although it is probably unlikely.

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