Goncalves 2.0: The wolves should regret letting the quiet teenage “beast” escape – opinion

This post contains affiliate links. “As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.”

The Bundesliga is currently home to some of the best young talent in European football.

Think of Jadon Sancho, Erling Haaland, Giovanni Reyna and Jude Bellingham – they all practice their trade for Borussia Dortmund.

However, the Bayern Munich powerhouses also have a brilliant array of talents. They have defensive sensation Alphonso Davies for starters but they also have 17-year-old Jamal Musiala, someone who was at Chelsea.

But speaking of Londoners, there is another former young Blue on their roster. That’s Bright Akwo Arrey-Mbi, someone who had a tryout with Wolves and played five times for his U18 team.

Yet why is there so much fuss around the 17-year-old? Well, unbelievably, he started for Bayern against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

It was his senior debut for the German giants and what a setting to do it.

Would Mbi join the current Wolves team?



No don’t be silly

No don't be silly

I’m not sure

I'm not sure

The versatile defender played just over an hour in Madrid this week and kept the ball safely, registering a 89% pass the hit rate and fumble only four times.

For a wingback, that’s a phenomenal account and only goes to show why Wolves should be tearing their hair out by letting it escape. Someone who can play on the right or left, and even in the middle, would have been perfect for the Wolves’ defensive form.

Add that to the fact that you’ve been compared to one Jerome Boateng and the alarm bells begin to ring even more over his decision making.

Talking about the teenager earlier this year, Joshua Kimmich said: “Bright is already a beast. You can tell that he uses all the muscles in his body. I was surprised in training that he is not shy at all. He really gets into challenges and has a certain calm with the ball. “

The worrying thing is that this is not the first time it has happened to the Wolves. Another player slipping through the net and now thriving on the continent is Pedro Goncalves.

The 22-year-old central midfielder has been excellent for Sporting Lisbon this season and has nine goals in just seven league games. It’s fair to say that the Wolf hierarchy should probably think a bit more before selling players.

You just need to look at Diogo Jota in Liverpool too.

In the meantime, see how the Wolves can find the PERFECT heir for Raúl Jiménez …


Source link

Similar Posts