Wolves are willing to make a move in the transfer window, Nuno Espirito Santo believes. The Portuguese admitted for the first time that this month the club will look for reinforcements.
As Raul Jimenez is yet to make a return after fracturing his skull in November, Nuno needs a new striker. After being released this week by Atletico Madrid, Wolves were associated with Diego Costa and boss Nuno feels it is the right time to improve. We need to sit down, prepare, and it’s a good opportunity to rebalance our team. We’re ready to make decisions,” he said. Wolves are 12th ahead of their Saturday trip to Brighton, but have struggled to find the form that has helped them finish two consecutive seventh-place finishes since returning to the Premier League in 2018. But Nuno has so far refused to evaluate their start in the coronavirus pande.” “Nuno will probably have to do without Willy Boly and Leander Dendoncker, who have been out injured for two weeks, but he was pleased with his team’s fitness: “It was very good in terms of fitness. Between the two games, we had 48 hours and the performance of the guys was really good,” he added.