Date:Monday December 19 2011
Is it really a wise choice to advertise how much money we have to spend in January?
Surely every club in the Premier League are now going to be aware just how much cash our Mick is going to be allowed to spend and of course if we choose to do business with them, they are going to want the biggest slice of that budget possible.
Anyway, the amount we are talking about according to the Express & Star who have decided to splash it across the back pages is £4.5million.
A fairly modest amount if you are a Manchester City supporter, but I wouldn't think many other clubs would be looking to spend that amount in the January sales this season.
In fact, McCarthy's transfer budget might increase further if the sales of strikers Andy Keogh and Leigh Griffiths are also completed.
Keogh looks set to make the move to Leeds permanent, while Hibernian could take Griffiths, just 12 short months after he joined from Dundee.
McCarthy has mixed feelings over the future of Sam Vokes who is currently on loan at Burnley.
So with a potential £5million+ kitty burning a hole in his pocket, Wolves have been linked with a number of potential transfer targets.
The E&S suggest that loan moves for Arsenal pair Emmanuel Frimpong and Francis Coquelin could be in the pipeline, whilst we have also been linked with permanent moves for Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha and Wigan midfielder Mohamed Diame.
While Vital Ipswich remain certain that after ending his loan spell with the club, Stoke City man Danny Collins will make the move to Molineux next month.
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Date:Monday December 19 2011
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