The summer for Wolverhampton Wanderers was characterized by significant changes at Molineux. Julen Lopetegui departed the club after a brief stint in England, and important first-team players like Matheus Nunes, Ruben Neves, and Nathan Collins also left for Manchester City, Al-Hilal, and Brentford, respectively.
This has presented a challenging task for the new manager, Gary O’Neil. Many anticipate that Wolves may face even greater difficulties on the field, with both neutral observers and Wolves fans considering the possibility of relegation.
Currently, the team based in the West Midlands is surpassing all predictions, holding a respectable 12th position in the Premier League. They’ve recently secured noteworthy victories, including a 2-1 win against the team that dismissed O’Neil over the summer, AFC Bournemouth, and a surprise victory over the reigning champions, Man City, with the same scoreline, at Molineux.
Despite this promising start to the season, Wolves are planning to bolster their squad, which is still lacking depth, when January arrives. One potential addition under consideration is Facundo Pellistri, and they may even consider a loan deal for the player.