Wolves Secure Permanent Transfer of Tommy Doyle from Manchester City

Wolves have finalized the permanent transfer of midfielder Tommy Doyle from Manchester City for a fee of £4.3 million. Doyle, who initially joined Wolves on loan last summer, will complete the move on 1 July after the club triggered the option to buy him.

The deal includes a 50% sell-on clause for Manchester City and a buy-back option, providing City with potential future benefits from Doyle’s success at Wolves.

The 22-year-old, who played a key role in England’s triumph at the 2023 European Under-21 Championship, has impressed during his loan spell at Wolves, making 30 appearances and scoring one goal in January’s FA Cup fixture against Brentford.

Wolves sporting director Matt Hobbs praised Doyle’s contributions, highlighting his gradual integration into the team and his unique qualities in midfield. Hobbs expressed confidence in Doyle’s potential, emphasizing that he is only at the beginning of his development and has much more to offer.

Having been with Manchester City since the age of eight, Doyle made limited first-team appearances and had loan spells with various clubs before finding a more permanent home at Wolves. Despite his ties to City, Doyle is ineligible to face his parent club when Wolves face Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday.

With a four-year deal signed, Doyle looks set to continue his promising career at Wolves, aiming to fulfill his potential and make significant contributions to the club’s success in the seasons ahead

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