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EPL: Blades vs Wolves

Sheffield United last season returning to the Premier League played extremely well at least successfully relegated and was in the top half of the table. Their opening round opponent this season is the ambitious Wolves to march as a guest at Bramall Lane and see if the Wolves successfully claim their debt in the second leg last season.

United have signed their third signing this summer, with Chris Wilder adding a versatile Welsh international to his squad. Chelsea's Ethan Ampadu, who can play in some or more defensive and midfield roles, arrives at Bramall Lane on a season-long loan deal, following the arrival of Derby duo Jayden Bogle and Max Lowe County. In 2018, the player is now 13 appearances for the Welsh international, signed a new five-year contract with Chelsea and was sent on loan by Frank Lampard to RB Leipzig on loan to continue his growth during the season. before. Currently it can be confirmed that Aaron Ramsdale has a spectacular return to Bramall Lane. The Blades paid Bournemouth a substantial undisclosed fee for the 22-year-old goalkeeper, who started 37 Premier League games for Cherries last season, including two matches against Sheffield United himself, has signed a four-year contract. Chris Wilder gave Ramsdale his first-team debut in November 2016, but Blades were powerless to stop the then-young player from joining Bournemouth a few months later. Defender John Egan has pledged his long-term future to Blades, signing an improvement contract that is due until the summer of 2024.

Wolves for the second year in a row in the Premier League continued to finish 7th but did not have a ticket to the European Cup because they lost 0-2 to Chelsea at away field in the final round and lost 6th place to Tottenham. . In the Europa League, they lost to Sevilla in the bitter quarterfinals on the day that main striker Raul Jimenez missed a penalty. Coach Nuno Espirito Santo lost multi-purpose defender Matt Doherty to Tottenham for £ 15 million, but splashed 40 million pounds for star Fabio Silva from Porto. Fabio is a plug-in striker, he plays around the area and is extremely capable of dribbling, becoming the club's new record contract. Before that, Wolves had a second contract with Brazilian Marçal to join the club from Olympique Lyonnais. The 31-year-old left-back, who helped Lyon reach the semi-finals of the Champions League last season.