Three World Cup stars that must be added to Nuno Santo’s Wolves wishlist

The 2018 World Cup is well underway and there are a number of players that have already made a big impact for their country in their opening group game, and surely some of them will have caught the eye of Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo.

The 44-year-old has already added Willy Boly to his squad on a permanent basis as well as wrapping up the arrivals of Raul Jimenez and Rui Patracio, but the Portuguese boss will surely want to add more quality to his squad in order to ensure they don’t find themselves in a Premier League relegation battle this season following a brilliant promotion campaign.

Considering how ambitious their owners are the west Midlands outfit, who could be set to deliver another marquee signing if they sell a £9m-rated key man, may even be targeting Europa League football and if they want to achieve that, Santo may need to strengthen his team in the wing-back and attacking areas in particular.

The former Porto boss will already have some targets in mind, but he may have been convinced by the impressive displays of a number of individuals in Russia, too.

Here are three World Cup stars that Santo has surely added to his summer transfer wishlist…