IT’S good to see a grand old name like Wolverhampton Wanderers back in the Premier League. One of the founding members of the Football League in 1888 (they finished third, behind Preston and Villa), they’ve long been a club with a great history – three league titles and four FA Cups – rather than an institution with a rosy future. But that all could change now the club has wealthy backers – or, at least, that’s the current script. However, before Wolves get too carried away, there’s an agenda. The club is owned by Fosun International, a Chinese conglomerate with fingers in many pies. When the Shanghai-based company expressed an interest in a down-on-its-luck Midlands football club, many people questioned their motives. At the…