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Wolves finished in mid-table last season after a promising start to the campaign. Manager Bruno Lage departed the club and Julen Lopetegui took over as manager on November 14th, 2022. Wolves back up the table. He has already made some changes to the squad, bringing in some new faces in an attempt to freshen things up.
Matheus Nunes, Gonçalo Guedes, Nathan Collins, Sasa Kalajdzic and Hee-chan Hwang join the squad for a total of £120 million. Lopetegui will be hoping that these changes will help Wolves push on and challenge for a place in the top six. All five players will add much-needed depth to the squad and will provide competition for places in the starting XI.
Matheus Nunes comes with experience of the Champions League and managed three goals and two assists while playing in centre midfield last season.
Gonçalo Guedes played an impressive season for Valencia last year. The left-sided midfielder managed 11 goals and 6 assists for Valencia. If he can manage similar numbers in the Premier League, he will become a fan favourite. However, it remains to be seen whether he can replicate his form in a different league and with a different team. Nonetheless, Guedes is a exciting talent and Wolves fans will be hoping he can hit the ground running in the Premier League.
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