Report: A new name emerged on Wolverhampton managerial shortlist

While the World Cup is approaching, many Wolverhampton fans have already expressed their concerns towards the Club plan regarding the next manager.

One reason for that is the bad form of the team who currently just one point above the relegation zone with 9 points after 10 games, but the other is down to the management situation. Steve Davis and James Collins have done an okay job since coming in as temporary bosses in the wake of Bruno Lage’s departure, but there are still plenty of questions surrounding who the next permanent gaffer will be.

The Wolves have lost four of their first eight games of the season and the owners have decided that it is in the best interests of everyone to change a manager at this point.

Ex-Lyon boss, Peter Bosz is said to be a strong contender to the race to replace the Portuguese manager, while there is complication regarding the compensations for former Wolverhampton manager Nuno Espirito Santo.

Bosz was recently sacked by Lyon after a poor start with the French team in the league, but according to Telegraph, the Dutchman is regarded as a strong contender to take over at the Midlands club, as the Wolves hierarchy hope to appoint a new head coach by next week.

This summer the Wolves have been one of the highest spenders with an outlay of around €136m on players.

Promising midfielder Matheus Nunes was brough for €45m, while Valencia’s winger Gonçalo Guedes was and evidence that the club means business after paying €32m to acquire the services of the Portuguese international – in addition to the defender Nathan Collins (€24m) and the striker Sasa Kalajdzic (€18m), who suffered from a knee injury that led the club to sign the experienced striker, Diego Costa.