How Wolves transfer window can look like this summer

Wolverhampton Wanderers - Wolves FC

Last season Wolves were under serious threat of relegation. They appointed former Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui to save them from crisis. He worked a miracle and saved the club from getting relegated. However the spaniard left the club due to lack of support from the management. Wolves did not gave him appropriate signings also they end up signing ineffective players for high prices. They also sold a majority of their key players due to financial fair play rules. However Wolves’s manager Gary O’Neil now confirmed Wolves transfer window will determine their next season.

Julen Lopetegui won nine of his 22 league games in charge and Wolves are 13th before their final match of the season on Sunday at Arsenal. This season O’Neil reflected on the season’s performance speaking about the adversities the team has faced, particularly with injuries. Despite losing key players last summer, the team has managed to gather 46 points, an improvement from last year’s total of 41.

Difficulties and Positives for Wolves transfer window

Wolves had to sell a number of important players last season to avoid breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules. Moreover the club will still need to be careful heading into the summer window. However, with no cash injection from owners Fosun and with the club aiming to be self-sufficient with transfers. They also may need to sell a big asset to fund signings. “I don’t think there’ll be money available to us if nobody leaves,” O’Neil said.

O’Neil discussed the summer transfer strategy, using a careful approach due to financial constraints. He again indicated the fact that any significant investments in the squad would likely require selling players first. As the club aims to be self-sufficient. It will be a big season for Wolves as they look to get competitive again.

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