Promotion is the next aim for Wolverhampton and investments will be made

Fosun International Limited bought Wolverhampton Wanderers on July 21st of the ongoing year and the Chinese investment group has unveiled their desire of spending around £20 million -£30 million in signing new players and hopefully snatches a promotion spot that will allow them to compete in the Premier League for the next season.


Paul Lambert who is the manager of Blackburn Rovers admitted that his side’s performance against Wolverhampton Wanderers at the weekend clearly lacked quality.

Blackburn Rovers played a goal less draw with wolves and the performance of the team irked Lambert who felt his team could have won the match and claimed the maximum points.

His team had to travel down to the Molineux for the game.

Lambert said he would make do with the point gained but that it was a game without much quality and probably not great on the eyes of the travelling fans


Jackett isn’t expecting big signings

Kenny Jackett has recently talked about the summer spending of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The English manager stated that there is uncertainty in relation to the approaching transfer window which will be opened in a few months and this allows managers to strengthen their respective squads but in his case, it’s unsure if new players will be signed.

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ poor form continued after a 2-1 loss against Preston North End

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ poor form continued after a 2-1 loss against Preston North End during the weekend.

Manager Kenny Jackett made some surprising changes to the team like bringing Jack Price back to the first-team reckoning. Bringing back the 23-year-old made that the club had to be without the services of Kevin MacDonald for this crucial match. However, Jackett said that there was nothing wrong in making this call since Price has been a player who has never let him down. This change meant that MacDonald has missed his first game after 24 consecutive appearances.


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