Last summer, Wolves signed four first-team players with Marcal being the oldest one at 32-years-old, but others such as Fabio Silva and Ki-Jana Hoever are just 18 and 19-years old respectively, so Steve Bull would like to see more experienced players signed this summer.
Some of Wolves’ most important players over the last few seasons have been Raul Jimenez (30), Rui Patricio (33) and Conor Coady (28), proving that experience can be very handy when the right players have it.
Wolves may be looking for more experience this summer with both Joao Moutinho and Patricio linked with moves away and to lose their mentality and ability to help teach and guide younger players will be a huge blow.
Since winning promotion back into the Premier League, Wolves have brought in a whole host of young foreign players with a lot of them turning out to be good bits of business, however Bull would like to see more experience added to the club’s ranks, something he spoke exclusively to Football FanCast about:
“I don’t care where they come from, but I’m seeing too many youngsters coming in and I just need to see some experienced players come in who’ve done it and have got a track record in the Premier League.”
Bruno Lage will be able to get his feet firmly under the table at Molineux now and begin planning for pre-season and the transfer window but judging by his first signing which he was very much involved in, Yerson Mosquera, he may be looking to add more youth and energy to the side.