Bruno Lage reveals EVERY Wolves player wants to take COVID booster jab, despite already being one of the most vaccinated teams in the Premier League
- Bruno Lage said his entire squad was in favour of getting a third COVID jab
- Along with Leeds, Wolves are one of the most vaccinated teams in the league
- Yerson Mosquera and Fabio Silva prior to Saturday’s game against Chelsea
- Match was one of the five Premier League fixtures that was called off
Wolves head coach Bruno Lage has revealed his entire squad want to take the Covid booster jab to protect themselves against the mutating virus.
Only Yerson Mosquera and Fabio Silva had tested positive prior to today’s postponed game at home against Chelsea.
The Midlands club, along with Leeds, are understood to be most vaccinated squad in the Premier League.
Wolves boss Bruno Lage said all of his players wanted to take the COVID booster jab
‘Everyone wants to take the third vaccine,’ he said.
Lage, whose family are flying from Portugal to be with him for Christmas, added:
‘When I came here, they [Wolves] gave me the chance to be vaccinated and I accepted.
Fabio Silva was one of two Wolves players to test positive before the game against Chelsea
Wolves are understood to be one of the most vaccinated teams in the Premier League
‘It was important for me because I have my family in Portugal and when I have days off I go there to spend time with my wife and kids so I took my vaccinations for that.’
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has written to clubs, saying: ‘We have highlighted the importance of vaccination and it has never been more important.’