Ranking Wolves’ incomings so far
Wolves have every right to feel bitterly disappointed after the 2019/20 season as a late drop in form cost them a place in the Europa League.
The Midlands outfit will once again have their eyes on continental qualification this season, but there is a feeling that in order to get to that next level, they need to improve in some vital areas.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side was looking rather threadbare this summer after Matt Doherty left for Tottenham and Jonny Otto’s ACL injury put him out for the foreseeable future.
Fortunately, Jeff Shi has brokered a number of deals to bring in some exciting players at Molineux, and we’ve ranked Wolves’ incoming transfers so far…
What a piece of business this could prove to be.
Wing-backs are vitally important in Nuno’s system, and with Jonny out injured, Wolves were left with the inexperienced Ruben Vinagre as their only option on the left side.
Fortunately, they’ve been able to find a top-quality option in that position, and he was something of a bargain as well.
£2m for a full-back with Champions League experience will never be considered a bad signing, and he will alleviate a lot of the pressure that Vinagre may have been feeling after Jonny went down with an ACL last month.