Wolves have enjoyed a superb season back in the Premier League and will have European football to show for their efforts next season.
Manager Nuno Espirito Santo has done a superb job of managing some big names in his squad while keeping a core together of players who did well for him in the Championship, and with a few more additions at Molineux things could really take a turn for the better over the coming seasons.
Nuno has his way of playing and seemingly sticks to that plan in the main, but he will need to ensure he has players in his squad to change things up when needed next season as Wolves try and compete on a number of fronts over the course of the campaign.
This week has seen the club linked with a move for FC Porto striker Moussa Marega, who has fired in 21 goals across all competitions for club and country in a year which saw his stock rise considerably.
The 28-year-old Mali international has seemingly left it late to burst onto the scene, and he would surely welcome a move to the Premier League at this stage of his career, while Porto could well look to cash in on a player who has delivered for them this season.
Marega is blessed with pace and power in abundance, and with Wolves only really having Raul Jimenez as a focal point in attack, the addition of Marega could be a welcome one for the Midlands outfit.
It’s always important for clubs to keep building and keep up the momentum after a successful first season back in the top flight, and adding a player of Marega’s quality can only increase Wolves’ chances of pushing towards those coveted Champions League places in the next few years.
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