Vital Wolves: Attention turns to United defender
WOLVES are considering a move for West Ham United centre back Calum Davenport - Sunday Mercury
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WEST HAM UNITED defender Calum Davenport could be set for a move to Wolves according to the Sunday Mercury.
With Scott Dann moving to Birmingham for a reportedly bigger pay packet than what was offered by Wolves, manager Mick McCarthy has highlighted 26-year-old former England under-21 international Davenport as his next potential target.
Vital Wolves Comment: Interesting target, Premier League experience with West Ham, Sunderland and Tottenham. I`d take him depending on how much West Ham are asking.
Source: Sunday Mercury
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