Wolves appeal work visa, Costa aims for Carroll if he loses

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Wolverhampton Arranging the appeal of the decision In the event of a work permit rejected by Diego Costa, a star player with experience But if it doesn’t, plan B supports it by contacting Andy Carroll instead.

Wolverhampton Wanderers, the English Premier League team, have filed an appeal with the UK Department of Home Affairs. In the event of being denied a work visa or work permit of Diego Costa, the veteran striker was drawn to fix the injury problem. But if it doesn’t pass, there is a backup option that is Andy Carroll, a former Liverpool striker , to replace.

Wolves appeal work visa, Costa aims for Carroll if he loses

The Wolves have to deal with immediate problems when new spearhead Zaza Kaladcic. Recently signed from Bundesliga side Stuttgart, unfortunately suffered a knee injury in his debut. The home field slashed Southampton 1-0 on Saturday. While Mexican footballer Raul Jimenez suffered a groin injury during the warm-up before the UFABET game.

As a result  Bruno Lach the Portuguese coach Must contact the 33-year-old striker has played with Chelsea in the elite league between 2014-2018. Because he is a player without an affiliate. Since the termination of the contract with Atletico Mineiro in the Brazilian hometown league. Last January Therefore, the team can be moved even if the football market is closed.

However, the team had to face problems when players were denied work visas at the elite. Due to not passing the criteria, but Wolves still did not give up. The appeal has been filed. They are expected to receive a response within two days. But if that doesn’t pass. The Telegraph reports that they plan to grab former  Reds player Andy Carroll  to join the team instead.

The good footballer is 33 years old and is still an independent player as well. After the expiration of his contract with West Bromwich Albion, the league team in the Championship last summer, playing 15 games in the second half of the season. Scored three goals In the first half of the season he also played for Reading in the second league on a short-term contract, scoring two goals in eight games.