Wolves Academy admit son of former Nigerian striker


Premier League membership Wolves have introduced their new consumption of academy students for the upcoming 2024-2025 season, with a standout inclusion being Wesley Okoduwa, son of retired Nigerian worldwide striker Emmanuel Okoduwa.

Per AllNigeriasoccer, twelve days in the past, Wesley Okoduwa prolonged his stick with Wolves by signing a brand new contract, regardless of curiosity from Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester United. The Molineux membership has confirmed that Okoduwa is considered one of fourteen youngsters who’ve signed scholarship offers.

The opposite academy students embody Emilio Ballard-Matthews, Reiss Bowen, Ryan Colesby, Myles Dayman, Josh Gidaree, Josh Gracey, Mateus Mane, Bjorn Marwa, David Osifo, Luke Rawlings, Max Ruddock, Alfie White, and Jake Wilcox.

Okoduwa goals to signal his first skilled contract earlier than his scholarship Treaty ends on June 30, 2026. Wolves Academy supervisor for soccer, Jon Hunter-Barrett, described Okoduwa as an excellent athletic defender with robust defensive one-on-one capabilities and attacking qualities within the opposition half.

Initially becoming a member of Wolves on the U15 degree after being beneficial by an area scout, Okoduwa transitioned from a large midfielder to a right-back on the under-15 degree and has additionally performed extensively at left-back. His inclusion in its place in 5 Premier League matches final season displays the excessive regard each the academy and first-team coaches have for him.

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