The Lowdown: Hull negotiations crumble
The Portuguese was on the verge of joining Hull City, though the deal fell through at the last minute due to the two parties not being able to finalise terms, and it now sounds like he’s instead eyeing up a move to the Premier League.
The Latest: Martins wants Wolves interview
Taking to Twitter, Taylor revealed that Martins is keen to secure talks with Wolves chiefs after failing to reach an agreement with the Tigers. He wrote:
“Pedro Martins is hopeful of securing an interview with Wolves after pulling out of the Hull City job following extensive talks on Humberside.
“#HCAFC “inundated with interest from high-calibre coaches around the world” & exploring alternative options.”
The Verdict: Get it done…
Hull’s loss is Wolves’ gain, and Martins would be a fantastic addition in the dugout given his exceptional track record.
During his time at Olympiacos, the Feira-born coach only lost 37 of his 221 matches in charge (winning 143 and drawing 41), and even led his former side to three consecutive Greek Super League titles.
This is exactly the level of consistency and success that needs to be instilled within the club, which is why Wanderers should aim to get this deal over the line as quickly as possible.
Martins for Wolves boss?
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