Much to Sean Dyche’s chagrin, Sasa Kalajdzic’s second-half goal was sufficient to give Gary O’Neil’s team a crucial road victory.
Both teams entered the encounter with zero points after two games, though Wolves may look back on their league opening against Manchester United two weeks ago and regret not earning at least one point.
O’Neil won their first game of the year, but they might have a nervous wait in the next several days.
Matheus Nunes is reportedly very interested in making a transfer to The Etihad in the final week of the transfer window, according to Football Insider.
The current Premier League champions have made the Portuguese player a goal as they strive to improve their midfield options.
Lucas Paqueta of West Ham United appeared to be on the verge of joining City before the Brazilian was under investigation for allegedly breaking gambling laws.
The Citizens have now focused on Nunes, who transferred from Sporting CP to Wolves last summer.
During his first season in England, Nunes, 25, made 39 appearances across all leagues and was recognized for his remarkable run of form.
Wolves’ midfielder began the first two games of the season, but he was suspended for Wolves’ 4-1 loss to Brighton & Hove Albion the previous week and was unable to play in Saturday’s meeting at Goodison Park.
Furthermore, it is said that City will now approach Wolves with a £60 million bid for Nunes, who cost his present club about £40 million when he signed last summer.
Although it is unclear whether Wolves would be prepared to trade the player with such little time left to find a replacement, City is reportedly optimistic that it will complete a move for Nunes before the transfer window closes on September 1.