Granted, there has been much turnaround in both players and management at Wolves in recent years. The board have decided to go with a foreign manager, following Paul Lambert’s failure to propel the midlands club toward the playoffs last season. The man taking the reigns is the former Porto and Valencia boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
As usual much of the media attention this transfer window has revolved around the Premier League, from Romelu Lukaku’s move to Manchester United, to Arsenal’s capture of Lacazette. By far the strangest transfer this summer is the capture by Wolverhampton Wanderers of Portuguese starlet Ruben Neves from Porto for around £15 million. Ruben Neves is
Ruben Neves has made plenty of headlines in 2015. The 18-year-old has been with Porto since he was eight years of age and has made his way up the ranks. For him, the tough part was beating competition to claim his spot in the starting XI, and Fernando’s sale to Manchester City gave him the