Wolverhampton Wanderers fans here in the Tavern want to see their side challenge in the top half of the table next season. Although, a couple more big-name players will need to make their way to Molineux for this to become a reality.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were unstoppable last season as they managed to secure the Championship title and promotion to the Premier League in the process. And, with fresh faces being brought in and players signing permanently after a successful loan spell last time out, the signs are promising for Wolves.
However, it’s important that they don’t change too much after enjoying an awful lot of success during their promotion-winning campaign as they seem to have found the winning formula.
But, with the Premier League being arguably the most difficult league in the whole of world football, they will need to ensure that July is one of the best months in their recent history by getting a couple of major deals over the line.
So, here’s TWO pieces of business that would send supporters into a frenzy…
Quintero makes switch
Juan Quintero has been one of the standout performers at the World Cup thus far which has seen him attract the attention of Wolves, Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid.
Wolves already have an impressive midfield line, but adding Quintero to their ranks would take them to the next level and would take them up a gear in the final third.
Many of our local residents would even go as far as saying that the Colombian international may even be able to top Ruben Neves’ performances from the last campaign.
Mendes helps secure Silva
Wolves have been linked with a big money swoop for Andre Silva for some time now, but they seem to have gotten nowhere in their pursuit of the striker.
Jorge Mendes helped bring Ruben Neves to the club last summer and will be on hand to push through a possible deal for another one of his clients Andre Silva, so his links will definitely play a major part.
The Midlands club recently welcomed Leo Bonatini to the club in the form of a permanent deal and also signed Raul Jimenez on a season-long loan, but Silva would offer something different and has experience at a high level.
So, Nuno Espirito Santo could give supporters something to shout about by welcoming the promising striker to Molineux this month, which would put them in great stead heading into the new campaign.