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Will Wolves Stay Up In The Premier League This Season?

Will Wolves Stay Up In The Premier League This Season?
Will Wolves Stay Up In The Premier League This Season?

Will Wolves Stay Up In The Premier League This Season?

Wolverhampton Wanderers delighted fans everywhere, qualifying for this year’s Premier League for the first time since 2012. They haven’t been the favorites to top the charts; bookies are sure that they’re a team to watch out for and have them pegged for the top 10 this season.

Wolves In The Premier League

Historically, the Wolves haven’t had the best luck in the Premier League, getting relegated times out of the times they qualified, and just barely inching past the bottom three in other seasons. They were, at best, a mediocre team. But that all changed a while later with a new owner, Fosun, and more recently, super-agent Jorge Mendes, who brought in head coach Nuno Espirito Santo.

Manager Nuno Espirito Santo went all out this transfer season, breaking a club record by signing 12 new players, most of whom were Portuguese powerhouses. The club has been in remarkable form under Sano, and he was able to bring in an array of strong, young players with plenty of experience, a much-needed change for the team. This marked the start for a great season for the Wolves, bringing in the wins. They even managed to put up a formidable fight against Manchester City last year, during the Carabao Cup, losing to them during the penalty shootout. They bulldozed their way through the EFL Championship last year, earning their spot in the Premier League.

The Squad

Reuben Nevez, according to many, is most definitely Premier League material, as he played a pivotal role in his team’s championship victory. The Portuguese midfielder scored some brilliant goals for his team and is expected to do the same this Premier League season. They have also signed Adama Traoré from Middlesbrough for £18 million, a club record. Apart from these two, other players to look out for Dioja Jota, who arrived on loan from earlier this year. Leander Dendoncker, Ivan Cavaleiro, and Rui Patricio will all undoubtedly add to the overall skill and diversity of the team.

There has been a lot of skepticism regarding the Wolverhampton Wanderers’ performance this season at the Premier League, with them being a promoted team. They might have done extremely well in the Championship, but the EPL is a completely different playing field, and the Wolves might find themselves struggling against some of the bigger names involved. But unlike previous seasons, they have a strong team, and a more than capable manager, giving them a fighting chance of finishing in the top half of the table.

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