Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui is scheduled to hold talks with the West Midlands club over the upcoming transfer window, which could be striken by FFP worries, according to a report from John Percy.
The club insist there has been no fall-out with the spaniard but clearly there is growing concern within Lopetegui’s camp over how much the club can spend this summer.
Further talks will commence this week ahead of Wolves’ clash versus Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
The former Sevilla and Villarreal head coach joined the relegation-threatened club last November, after rejecting an offer the month before due to personal reasons.
Although he was appointed in November, the 56-year-old didn’t manage Wolves until after the World Cup in December. By that point, the club were rock bottom of the league, four points adrift of safety.
Now, Wolves sit 13th, ten points clear from the drop zone with one final match left to play of the campaign.
The board will certainly be keen to keep hold of their man. A big week awaits.
Mark Marston | Get Football