David Wang (footballer)

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Football biography

David Wang (Chinese:王家豪; born 22 January 2000) is a Chinese-Spanish professional footballer who currently plays as an attacking midfielder for Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.

Youth career

Wang was born in Cuenca, Spain to Chinese parents. He began to make a name for himself through playing futsal and was named the best futsal player in his province for three seasons between 2009 and 2012.[1]

CD Mostoles

In 2014, Wang joined CD Mostoles in the Spanish Under 16's league for two seasons.

Real Murcia

In 2016, Wang departed to spend a season on loan at Real Murcia, playing for their under 19 side.

AE Josep Maria Gene

Following his season on loan at Real Murcia, Wang was loaned for a season to Catalan side AE Josep Maria Gene. During this period he scored 3 goals in 24 appearances.[2]

Senior career

Estudiantes de Murcia

In 2018, Wang signed for Spanish Segunda División B side Jumilla, spending the first half of the season playing for their reserve team Estudiantes de Murcia in the fourth tier of the Spanish football system. During this spell Wang made 16 appearances for the team.[3]

Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C

On 1st January 2019 English Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers signed Wang on a four-and-a-half year deal, keeping him at the club until 2023.[1] Wang was instantly loaned out on 2nd January 2019 to the Portuguese team Sporting CP B in the Campeonato de Portugal. He returned from his loan on 30th June 2019.

Personal life

He was nominated as one of the Guardian's 60 Best Talents to Watch in 2017.[4]

Wang is fluent in Spanish, Chinese, and English.

Due to his place of birth being Cuenca in Spain and both of his parents coming from Zhejiang province, China, Wang is eligible to represent either China or Spain at international level.[5]