Bruno Lage Replaces Nuno Espirito Santo At Wolves

Bruno Lage has reportedly been announced as Wolves’s new manager on Wednesday.

According to talkSPORT, the ex-Benfica boss has been given the go-ahead to take over from Nuno Espirito Santo at Molineux following a profitable work allow listening to on Wednesday.

Lage, who has beforehand had spells as assistant supervisor at Swansea and Sheffield Wednesday, is assumed to have turned down quite a few alternatives since departing Lisbon final summer season.

Curiously, the 45-year-old Portuguese is a consumer of tremendous agent Jorge Mendes, who additionally represents ex-boss Nuno and numerous different Wolves gamers.

The Midlands membership are understood to have interviewed numerous different choices, however their first-choice candidate was all the time believed to be Lage.

His expansive model of play and the chance to retain the membership’s Portuguese-heavy tradition is believed to be among the many many reasons why he was chosen as their no.1 candidate.

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In the meantime, former supervisor Espirito Santo is ready to be introduced as the brand new supervisor of Crystal Palace after Roy Hodgson stepped down as Eagles boss on the finish of the 2020/21 season.

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