Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Leander Dendoncker thinks the squad could do ‘with some more experienced players’.
Dendoncker noted that ‘there were a lot of young players’ on the bench in Wolves’ final pre-season friendly against Celta Vigo and whilst that’s ‘good for them’, he does have concerns (via Birmingham Mail).
With the new season about to begin, the Belgian thinks Bruno Lage’s side might require ‘more depth’.
What business have Wolves done so far this summer?
They’ve struck a permanent deal for Rayan Ait-Nouri, replaced Rui Patricio with Jose Sa, snapped up 20-year-old Colombian centre-back Yerson Mosquera and brought in Francisco Trincao on loan from FC Barcelona.
They were expected to sell either Ruben Neves or Adama Traore to raise funds for further moves, but both players now look set to stay (via The Athletic).
Fan feed Talking Wolves relayed Dendoncker’s comments, and here’s what supporters made of them.
Wolves fans express concerns after Dendoncker’s call for depth
“Oh dear. Internal conflict”
“Dendoncker speaks the truth. 3 experienced players still needed. One each on defense, midfield and forward.”
“If its bad enough that even the players are calling it out then it really isn’t a great sign”
“I always found The Donk to be the wise one who would give out advice and guidance to all those who seek it. The man is not wrong on this one”
“When the players start saying it then it’s a massive sign that we need help quickly…”
“So everyone can see it but Fosun?”
In other news, fans were buzzing over this transfer update.
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