Scottish striker on Wolves' radar

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Wolves have today confirmed their interest in free agent James McFadden.

The Scottish international striker is available for nothing after Birmingham City declined a two-year option on the player this summer, leading to reported interest from a handful of Barclays Premier League and Npower Championship clubs.

Mick McCarthy is the latest manager to appear keen on the player, who is close to returning to full fitness after surgery in America on a cruciate knee ligament injury.

“I would say we would be interested in speaking to any player who is out of contract who we think might be helpful to us,” Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey told the Express and Star.


The midlands outfit are looking to strengthen their attacking options following the departures of Andy Keogh and Stefan Maierhofer in the transfer window, whilst Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is also looking at time away from the pitch with injury.

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James McFadden
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