Born and raised in Mancun, Tosin Adarabioyo joined Manchester City at the age of five and made his A debut for the club in a 2016 FA Cup loss to Chelsea.
Adarabioyo, then 19, received praise for his performance in the face of his unenviable job of keeping Diego Costa in check.
However, Adarabioyo failed to establish himself at Manchester City and left for Fulham in August 2020 – ending an 18-year relationship with the club.
Throughout his time in Manchester, Adarabioyo enjoyed impressive loan periods at West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers.
However, with Adarabioyo unable to join the Blues line-up, the center-back was sold to Fulham in the summer of 2020 for a fee of around £ 2million.
The Blues have also chosen to include a sales fee in the deal that drew him to London, and Manchester City could receive that fee sooner than expected.
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As noted transfer insider Fabrizio Romano reports, the former Manchester City defender is a target for the Premier League Wolves as the West Midlands try to strengthen their defenses.
Romano has stated that Adarabioyo is “one of the options” wolves are considering.
Wolves haven’t conceded a goal this season and it goes without saying that Bruno Lage will want to expand his defensive options before the transfer window closes.
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Should Adarabioyo leave Fulham during the current transfer window, Manchester City would be entitled to “20 percent of any fee Fulham receives,” as noted by the Manchester Evening News.
Manchester City has raised well over £ 150 million in fees related to the sale of academy players over the past five years, and these sales generate a significant portion of the club’s revenues.
The cash from former players’ sales and resale fees enables the club to invest heavily in top-notch first-team talent like Ruben Dias and Jack Grealish.
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