Zenga wants to find killer instinct

This is Walter Zenga’s first season as the head coach of Wolverhampton Wanderers as the Italian coach was appointed as the manager of the English League Championship on July of 2016 and so far things haven’t been going in the way that Walter Zenga desired after having suffered a number of underwhelming results.

The 56 year old Italian coach was recently enraged about the performance of his squad when they faced off with Barnsley and lost 0-4. All of the goals of that match were scored in the 2nd half and after the goals began pouring down, Wolverhampton just appeared to give up and Walter Zenga was furious about this.

Expectations are high for Wolverhampton Wanderers

For a fee of £40 million, former owner of Wolverhampton Wanderers Steve Morgan decided to sell the English club as a Chinese conglomerate took over the Championship League club and the club is now expected to do significantly better than before as the new owners have revealed their desire to offload cash in reinforcing the team with players or whatever that might be needed.

The new Chinese investors that have purchased Wolverhampton Wanderers have already started to dish out a significant amount of cash as Ivan Cavaleiro was signed during the summer transfer window for a fee reported to be in the region of £7 million which is a club record. A few other players have been signed as well during the recently shut down transfer window.


Midlands have a lot more money to spend on transfer after their purchase by Chinese consortium and with the help of Jorge Mendes helping them in hunt for talented players around the globe.

Wolves are set to defeat Liverpool in the battle for Benfica star Anderson Talisca. Getting the Brazilian would mean the club would have to smash their transfer record to land the player.

Kenny Jackett has admitted that there are some issues within the team

Wolves manager Kenny Jackett has admitted that there are some issues within the team that need to be addressed without fail in the summer.

The manager might feel lucky to remain in the job even after such extreme displeasure from the fans towards the end of the season. Wolves came up with stalemate after stalemate towards the end of the season. This form was especially more pronounced at the Molineux stadium, thus adding to the displeasure even more.Jackett consistently maintained throughout the campaign that he wanted his team to be attacking on all fronts.