Chinese Hong Kong player Dai Weijun joined the Premier League Chinese-funded team from Reading Youth Training Camp

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 Chinese Hong Kong player Dai Weijun joined the Premier League Chinese-funded team from Reading Youth Training Camp


Dai Weijun, born in 1999, signed a two-year contract with Wolves, who had the option of extending their one-year contract.

In his early years, Dai Weijun had grown up in two clubs, Oriental Club and Jiezhi Club in Hong Kong, China.

In 2012, Dai Weijun came to the UK and spent four years at Readings youth academy. Subsequently, he travelled to League A Bury, where he had nine League appearances.

In 2018, Dai Weijun joined the League One Oxford League. In the second half of the 18/19 season, he was loaned to Utrecht, a Dutch team, and played 12 times in the Dutch League with its youth team Utrecht.

Dai Weijun will join Wolves U23 in the new season, and he will follow the team to Spain this weekend to start pre-season preparations.

Wolves U23 coach Edwards expressed great satisfaction with the signing of Dai Weijun: Dai Weijun came to Wolves in early July and integrated well into the team. He is an energetic midfielder and has a good personality. He has the chance to show his talents in Wolves U23. But we also need him to continue to improve and show more strength, just as we have asked for other signings this summer, because we want to narrow the gap between U23 and the first team. We both need to know each other. He needs to know more about the philosophy of our team, but anyway, I have a good first impression of him.

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