Wolverhampton Wanderers in Desperate Battle to Avoid Relegation

Wolves this season are in a tough battle for survival. They began the season with so much hope, cheering on the team and dreaming of a successful campaign under the guidance of their manager. Injuries to key players hit them hard, and they struggled to find consistency on the pitch. Their goal-scoring woes only added to the mounting pressure, leaving them trapped in the relegation zone. Survival has become the sole focus for Wolves and their passionate supporters.

Premier League Can Hit Man City with Punishment That Can Have an Impact on Wolves

According to reports, Manchester United can be relegated from the Premier League after allegedly breaching financial regulations more than 100 times.

The reports of a 4-year investigation by the Premier League concluded that 6-time champions Manchester City have breached rules in the last 14 seasons, from 2009-10 to the present campaign. In case the charges are proven Man City can face a wide range of sanctions that includes their expulsion from the league.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Looking at Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be on his way out of Manchester United, with Wolverhampton Wanderers being one of the potential destinations. Wolverhampton is looking to strengthen its squad with the premier league set to resume after the end of the ongoing FIFA world cup. The 25-year-old has fallen heavily in the pecking order since the arrival of Erik ten Hag, and Manchester United will entertain new offers for him.

Additionally, the Wolves are looking to bolster their defense to keep up with their immediate rivals in the league table. Erik ten Hag already made it pretty clear Diogo Dalot will be his preferred right-back when he took charge of Manchester United in the summer. And the Dutch manager does not view Wan-Bissaka as worthy of being an understudy. So the 25-year-old will likely leave Manchester United in January.


Wolves sacked Bruno Lage on October 2 and over three weeks later, there is still no replacement for the Portuguese. The club made a beeline for Julen Lopetegui following his sacking by Sevilla. But they were stung when he declined the opportunity in order to spend time with his family.

The Spaniard’s father is reportedly not very well at the moment. His decision is understandable, and so Wolves were forced to look elsewhere. The club then attempted to move for Mick Beale at QPR.
But he decided to show loyalty to the club that gave him a chance to be a first-team manager. After that second rejection, Wolves announced they would be keeping Steve Davis in interim charge until 2023, with James Collins and Tony Roberts to provide support. Executive chairman Jeff Shi stated that the decision was reached as a result of there being ‘no outstanding candidates’.


While Mykhaylo Mudryk is being linked with Arsenal, he isn’t the only Ukraine international attracting interest from the Premier League. We say this because Jeunes Footeux are claiming that West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United are all ‘keeping an eye’ on Viktor Tsygankov. The 24-year-old is currently contracted to Dynamo Kyiv, but with a deal running out next summer, it appears Wolves, the Hammers and the Magpies have all started lurking in case a deal can be made.

The website explain the player ‘isn’t lacking suitors’ at this moment in time, as he provides an ‘interesting profile’, capable of playing down the right, but also help out on the left hand side of the attack. Furthermore, while clubs such as West Ham, Newcastle and Wolves aren’t penny pinching, the idea of getting him either on a free or a reduced fee in January could be attractive, especially as he likely won’t be asking for huge wages.