Wolves step closer to building super training complex

Wolves are a step closer to a building a new training complex.

Wolves are a step closer to a building a new training complex.

Ambitious £50 million proposals to build a world-class football training facility for Wolverhampton Wanderers, plus a new secondary school and homes, have been given unanimous approval, reports the Sunday Mercury.

Wolves chairman Steve Morgan unveiled the scheme for a Wolves Football Academy in August, with the aim of attracting the country’s best young players to Molineux.

The plans include creating a new home for St Edmund’s Catholic School, whose site the club will take over.

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