Wolves move for Manchester City's Zinchenko collapses

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About the failure of the transfer Zinchenko, "Wolverhampton" on the page in the "Twitter" said British journalist Tim Nash.

According to "The Telegraph", is scheduled for a physical today fell through due to failed negotiations Zinchenko, "Wolverhampton" under the terms of the personal contract.

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Wolves are understood to have lined up a medical for Zinchenko this afternoon should he change his mind in the closing stages of the transfer window.

In "the Wolves" planned to use Zinchenko for the position of left back.

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Nuno Espirito Santo's side will open their Premier League campaign at home to Everton on Saturday evening as they return to top flight action for the first time since suffering relegation in 2012-13. Last year, the graduate of Shakhtar made a decision to stay in England and managed to win the trust of the coaching staff "city".

"Yes, you could say they could stay here and get us in the Premier League and then play there but that's not the way the world works, so I wish the two of them all the best".

Blues fans will be watching closely until the 5pm deadline in the United Kingdom today, as reports have emerged in the Birmingham Mail that free-spending Wolverhampton Wanderers are looking at making a late move for Chelsea's Victor Moses.

However, the 21-year-old is rather keen to fight for a place at Manchester City.

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