Following Wolves’ 1-0 defeat to Manchester United yesterday in the FA Cup, Nuno Espirito Santo has called on the club to make signings “ASAP”.
Some Wolves fans have taken to Twitter to agree with their manager and vent their frustration at Wolves’ lack of transfer window activity so far.
“At least three new signings”
With the Wolves squad looking thin following the departure of Patrick Cutrone (Wolves), additions to the squad seem a necessity with a clustered schedule ahead.
In light of Nuno’s post-match comments, fans reiterated the concerns over lack of signings and called on the board to bring in some fresh faces.
— Matt Hough (@MattyHough2) January 15, 2020
We probably need at least 3 new signings and we’ve got just over 2 weeks to do it #wwfc
— Prime Hancocks (@superwolves22) January 15, 2020
Tired all over park tonight , need to take the hit with the inflated January prices now and bring in 2-3 signings that will freshen things up and more to the pint effect matches from the bench. VAR stress’s me out that much I can’t be bothered to rant #wwfc
— Chris Williams (@chriswill85) January 16, 2020
Other fans went as far as saying they need double this amount to remain competitive for the remainder of the season.
Gutted …….. this squad is bare thin a minimum of 6 signings is needed or season will end fast ..get them in wolves #wwfc
— Alexvaswwfc (@Alexwwfc2) January 15, 2020
However, not all Wolves fans are of the opinion that signings are required and called on their fellow fans to have some trust in the board and current players.
Bloody hell Wolves fans. Gonna have to block the words “need signings”. Bunch of pant wetters, calm the hell down and have a little faith, failing that take a look at the last 30 years of match highlights and just appreciate how lucky we are. #wwfc
— N1GHTFALL 🧡🐺⚽️ (@N1GHTFALL) January 15, 2020
Don’t tell me those two wouldn’t have been the difference tonight…
Pantwetters, get off Twitter and go to bed.
Still in Europa, can still finish higher than last season.
— Dave Butler 👥 (@chauffeur_dave) January 15, 2020
With the transfer window closing in just over two weeks’ time, Wolves may need to move quickly if they wish to bring in any new signings this January.
Nuno will be hoping to have Diogo Jota back from his thigh injury next week (Sky Sports) but will remain without Willy Boly who is still recovering from a broken ankle.