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Nelson Semedo given permission to miss Barcelona training ahead of Wolves move

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The right-back is heading to the Premier League

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Barcelona confirmed on Monday that Nelson Semedo was granted permission to miss training with the full-back expected to complete a move to Wolves.

The right-back is reportedly set to join Nuno Espirito Santo’s Premier League side shortly for a fee of around €35 million.

Barcelona will then turn their attentions to bringing in a replacement. Sergino Dest and Max Aarons are the two names that have been linked to the club most recently.

It could be a busy week on the transfer front for Barcelona. Arturo Vidal should be confirmed as an Inter player imminently, while Luis Suarez seems to be heading to Atleti.

Moussa Wague has also completed a loan move to Greek side PAOK, and there could be further temporary moves before the window closes at the start of October.

Ronald Koeman is also going to ensure it’s a busy week for the players on the pitch too, scheduling seven training sessions before Sunday’s clash against Villarreal.