The summer transfer window will soon be open and it’s a huge one for Wolves.
Wolves finished seventh in the Premier League table for the 2018/19 campaign, and the pack will experience European football next year unless Watford beat Man City in the FA Cup final.
It’s been a fantastic year for Wolves in their first year back in the top-flight of English football, and Nuno Espirito Santo’s side will be looking upwards instead of backwards for next year.
However, to have a similarly successful campaign next season, Wolves must do well in the upcoming summer transfer window.
- Nuno Espirito Santo should be crowned Premier League manager of the year
- Leander Dendoncker is Wolves’ unsung hero
- It’s impossible to vote for a Wolves Player of the Season
This summer transfer window is huge for Wolves
This summer transfer window is huge for nearly every Premier League club.
Arsenal and Man United need to buy well to challenge for the top four and to avoid falling out the top six, meanwhile Man City will strengthen to continue their dominance at the top of the league.
Everton are also big spenders and Leicester will spend a fortune to break into Europe.
Wolves must focus on themselves and add to the club rather than sell.
Fosun must not sell Ruben Neves to Liverpool this summer, and any offers for Diogo Jota must be ignored.
Neves and Jota will leave Molineux one day, but it cannot be this summer.
Wolves need them to have another superb Premier League outing, and to show that the pack will not bend over for the “big clubs”.
In addition to keeping Neves and Jota, Wolves must also get rid of the waste and bring in new talent.
The substitutes’ bench hasn’t been good enough this season, and Fosun must bring in talent that can make an impact and threaten the starting XI.