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Two out, one in?

Reports in the welsh press are suggesting that former Wolves manager Dave Jones is eyeing a double swoop for Wolves strikers Jay Bothroyd and Freddy Eastwood, with Mck McCarthy in turn said to be pursuing his interest in the Bluebirds defender Tony Capaldi.

Capaldi, nominally a left back, can also play in the middle of the park and may give the Wolves midfield the bite missing since the departure of the likes of Alex Rae and Paul Ince.

With Mick McCarthy also said to be chasing Derby's David Jones and Spurs defender Chris Gunter, it looks like being a busy summer spending spree for Mick McCarthy ahead of his third attempt to get Wolves into the Premiership




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Date:Tuesday May 20 2008

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