Do you think Nuno will leave Wolves because of their transfer policy?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
It wouldn't surprise me if he did....Fosun keep saying their ambition is to compete with the top clubs in Europe and win major competitions.The problem is the ridiculous policy they have of not spending more than 30 million on a player.If they don't want to spend more than 30 million,then they can't expect to get the type of player who will fulfil their dream.Nuno has proved to be a top manager,but working for a club with a ridiculous transfer policy will not enhance his dreams.
- RyanLv 72 months ago
Don't see why when they're improving every season. They showed with Jimenez they're willing to spend big on the right player but they've been smart not to do it often. Look at Everton and the ridiculous spending that's gone on there the last 3 or 4 years. In that time Wolves have been promoted, qualified for Europa League, reached the Europa League quarters and finished 7th place for the second year in a row. They've got Jorge Mendes working for them too he can identify players who will be available on the cheap and help Wolves sign those players like he has done already. I do think that after this season Wolves might need to open the wallets a bit wider because if they finish around 7th again and go on some decent cup runs there is a question of maybe they do have to change their policy a bit now to try take the extra step and win a trophy or get closer to top 4. They've shown they aren't a selling club though so far managed to keep hold of Neves, Jota, Traore, even Jimenez now as well. Sell all them and you'd be netting around 200 milllion I'd say. Doherty has gone to Spurs but they'll find a replacement for him easily enough it's a shame to see him go but if I was a Wolves fan I'd be confident of finding a good enough replacement. If it's to be a Portuguese full back those guys are normally good anyway
- 2 months ago
I sure hope so!!!!!