With Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito Santo already explaining that he wants to operate with a tight knit group of players again this year, despite the extra stretch on player resources that the Europa League campaign will bring, fans should be expecting some arrivals soon enough as the gaffer has explained that he’s hoping to do a ‘bunch of business’ before the transfer window slams shut.
With Wolves out in China at this moment in time for the Premier League Asia Trophy pre-season tournament fans have already seen Helder Costa and Ivan Cavaleiro head out along with numerous youngsters, but speaking to Sky Sports Nuno said we were looking to add ‘quality’ to the group, so although patience was needed, fans could certainly expect some reinforcements ahead of the new season.
“We are working with 11 first-team players. It’s obvious we have to bring. We are only going to bring players that can add quality – that’s why it requires time. I’m hopeful that we are going to bring players in. The players that went out were based on situations; some want minutes, some want to move or we decide that we want changes. I hope that we make a good deal. Not one, but a bunch of business.”
With some in the fanbase getting nervous about the numbers we are carrying on a senior front and how we are leaning on youngsters at the moment, I imagine these words will go down very well indeed.