Wolverhampton Wanderers football team have left the cold and rainy Molineux ground to train for ten days in Spain’s Marbella
The five players who are participating in the World Cup have been absent from the team’s Compton training sessions for the past two weeks, but new head coach Julen Lopetegui’s team will now work harder as they travel to Spain.
After Mexico failed to advance through the World Cup’s group stage, the team’s star striker Raul Jimenez will re-join the group at the training camp this week, while Hwang Hee-chan, Jose Sa, Matheus Nunes, and Ruben Neves are still with their respective national teams at the moment.
This Friday (December 9), Wolves will play Italian side Empoli with a midday kick-off. They currently sit 13th in the Serie A table having won two of their last three fixtures before the World Cup break, against Sassuolo and Cremonese.
Then, at 11 am on Wednesday, December 14, Wolves will play Spanish side Cadiz, who currently sit 19th in the La Liga table.
Both matches will be played behind closed doors but will be available to follow on Wolves TV and on social media.