Wolves transfer news: Complete U-turn as six new transfers expected

Julen Lopetegui, Wolverhampton Wanderers (Photo by James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images)
Julen Lopetegui, Wolverhampton Wanderers (Photo by James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images) /

Move over Christmas, today’s headlines are all about Wolves transfer news.

Wolves have not been at their best this season, I think it’s fair to say. Sitting rock bottom of the table and only picking up one point from their last five games, it’s time for the club to enter panic stations. This is why it’s good to see that today’s rumours all circulate around Wolves transfer news.

Julen Lopetegui, who has been managing the club for not even two months, is eager to turn the club around. They needed someone to come in and grab the club by the scruff of the neck and the former Real Madrid manager is the one to do that.

According to a new report from The Times, it is bound to be a busy January transfer window for Wolverhampton Wanderers. Under new management, they are expected to complete a minimum of six transfers to the club, in the hopes of avoiding relegation in the second half of the season. The report also claims Lopetegui wishes to add more British players to the squad, in the hopes they have the passion to keep the club afloat.

And the calibre of players on Wolves’ radar are certainly not bad either. This is always the worry when an underperforming club aims to be active in the transfer window, but Wolves are averting those concerns with proven winners.

According to a report from Todofichajes, for examples, Wolves are eager to sign Isco from Sevilla, The 30-year-old midfielder knows what it takes to win, having been in a winning Champions League squad a total of five times. It is an additional benefit that Isco and Lopetegui know each other well, so can get the best out of each other.

Furthermore, Express & Star claim that Aaron Wan-Bissaka is on the radar for Wolves. The English right-back has proven time and time again why he is one of the best defensive-minded full-backs in the Premier League, and he is proven in the best league in the world.

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