Wolverhampton Wanderers fans here in the Tavern are desperate for their side to secure a top-half finish next season after dominating proceedings in the Championship.
Nuno Espirito Santo has established himself as one of the most promising managers in English football as he continues work his magic at Molineux. Although, his hard work won’t stop at promotion to the Premier League, with plenty of additions expected over the course of the summer transfer window.
The Midlands club will be looking to use their close ties to good effect this summer by bringing in a number of big-name players, with many of our local residents expecting a fantastic first season back in the Premier League.
Therefore, Jeff Shi simply must tell Nuno to watch the World Cup closely later on this month, as he may be able to scout out a couple of impressive players that can go on to make a name for themselves at Molineux.
So without further ado, Shi should be telling Nuno to scout these TWO World Cup stars…
Cedric Soares’ current club Southampton managed to escape the clutches of relegation by the skin of their teeth, but he could look to move away this summer after establishing himself as one of their star performers.
Wolves are currently looking for a right-back to provide healthy competition for Matt Doherty, so they may look to the Saints defender as the perfect option after witnessing his performances against some of the world’s best attackers.
Of course, the 26-year-old was named in Portugal’s 23-man for the World Cup later on this month in Russia, so a number of impressive displays could earn him a move away this summer.
The Valencia forward enjoyed one of the best seasons in his career thus far as he managed to bag himself 19 goals and provided seven assists, so it comes as no surprise that he was named in Spain’s 23-man squad for the World Cup later on this month.
Indeed, the 27-year-old operates as a centre-forward that can also use his versatility to play out on the wing, with pace, skill and a deadly eye for goal making him out to be a dangerous attacking outlet.
Interestingly, Rodrigo previously played under Nuno Espirito Santo at Valencia, so the pair would know each other very well if both clubs agreed on a deal in the future.
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