Wolverhampton Wanderers could be quite busy this summer following an underwhelming season.

For a whole host of reasons, 2020/21 has been a struggle, and fans are hoping to see plenty of activity in the next transfer window.

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Last year a host of talented young players with big potential joined, with Nelson Semedo and Fernando Marcal the only experienced individuals coming in.

It could be that there will be more of a focus on trying to bring in players of experience and quality this time around.

According to The Athletic, the club will seek to bring in stars who will be upgrades on those currently in the starting XI, rather than players to flesh out the squad.

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Decisions will also be taken on the three players currently on loan at Molineux.

 

Vitinha can be signed for £18 million, Rayan Ait-Nouri £20 million and Willian Jose £18 million (The Athletic).

One would imagine that perhaps the two youngsters will be purchased given they are more in line with Wolves’ recruitment mould.

Encouraging news

Hopefully Wolves will indeed operate with the intention to land players that can make a difference right now.

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It is clear some areas of the team, such as the defence, are in need of some attention.

If Wolves want to get back to challenging for European qualification, then it is paramount that a few players right in the middle of their peaks are brought in, as opposed to more youngsters who are years from their best periods.

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