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.

Jeff Shi is the representative of Fosun International and he has recently stated that their capacity of investment is huge and that spending somewhere along the region of £25 million is not a problem as the Chinese investment group is ready and prepared to do it.

Adam Forshaw and David Nugent of Middlesbrough are some of the players that are being rumored of having entered the watch-list of Wolverhampton Wanderers as the new owners of the club have already set their targets on which players could be signed which can aid in increasing the quality of the squad of Walter Zenga.

Another player that has been linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers is Peter Crouch as the veteran performer is not a consistent starter in the Premier League club and he could turn into a fairly cost effective option for the Wolves as they are searching for players that can increase the quality of their offensive department.

Hector Costa, Silvio and Joao Teixeira are some of the players that have already been signed but a few more players are rumored to be on their way in.

During the 2015-16 season of the English Championship League, Wolverhampton Wanderers had to settle with the 14th spot of the league but they are expected to do much better from now own, especially with the arrival of the Chinese investors who have already stated that they are willing to spend a significantly high amount of money in order to push the club into the top spots of the English League and hopefully even earn a promotion spot to the top tier Premier League.