Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Stale Solbakken has said that he expects some changes within the playing squad in the next few months. Wolverhampton Wanderers were recently relegated from the Premier league after three years in the top division, and missed a Steven Gerrard-style figure.
As a result, a number of high profile players like Stephen Fletcher are expected to depart the club in this transfer window partly because the club needs to reduce the wage bill, while partly because the player who wants to play in the top division.
As a result, the manager Stale Solbakken has said that he expects certain changes to be made to the playing staff in order to make the season financially feasible.
Wolves have been sensible than the last three years in the Premier league state. As a result, they will have little troubles in coping with the new financial implications of being in the Championship.
They will continue to receive the parachute payments for the next two seasons, but they are taking no chances with respect to the wage bill of the club. Kevin Doyle has been one player who has been linked heavily with a move to the Premier league and the manager admitted that it would be tough to hold on to the Republic of Ireland international.
"In football when you drop down a division I think there will always be players who will be attractive to the bigger division. It's impossible to say how many at the moment but it is always like this. I think there will be comings and goings. I think you always want some fresh faces after a season like last season and there are also players who may find a challenge more suitable to their situation elsewhere," said the Norwegian. Wolves will be playing against Leeds United on the opening day of the new season.