Both Wolves and Nuno Espirito Santo are yet to find their next path on their journey in football and when the former boss finds his new challenge, Wolves legend Steve Bull believes that some players may want to follow him.
Nuno was reportedly not actively looking to get straight back into management, however, since Carlo Ancelotti’s unexpected departure from Everton and following talks with Crystal Palace, the former Wolves manager has been strongly linked with a quick return to the Premier League
It would be a different sort of challenge for Nuno as he would be operating without the help of Jorge Mendes in the transfer market but he could have a lot more money to spend, which could see him raid his former club.
There has been a lot of managers linked with both the Everton and Palace job but Wolves fans will be hoping it isn’t Nuno because he had such a strong bond with the squad that he could potentially look to tempt them away from Molineux, something Bull exclusively told Football FanCast:
“It could be like a can of worms now because wherever Nuno goes he could end up taking one or two players with him.”
Someone that Wolves are reportedly willing to sell this money is Ruben Neves, despite him being the main focal point in their side. Wolves are willing to do business at around the £35 million price mark this summer.
The money would hopefully be put back into the first team and allow them to improve the overall side with a couple of additions at the cost of selling one of their star players.