‘We need more’: Lage hints at arrivals at Wolves before Deadline Day, club have a big problem
Wolves manager Bruno Lage has hinted at more transfers before tomorrow’s 11 pm deadline day.
Speaking to the Express and Star, the Portuguese coach claimed that Wolves need to work on more transfers based on the size of the squad.
The West Midlands side have just 19 players in the first-team following the arrival of Hee-chan Hwang.
The South Korean international was at Molineux after completing a season-long loan spell to Wolves. As per Sky Sports News, the Premier League side do have an option to make the signing permanent.
Wolves have lost their opening three games of the Premier League. They are also one of two sides who are yet to score a goal this season. And for Lage, more business has to be done in the window before it shuts.
The former Benfica manager said: “We have just two days, we have just 19 players at the moment because Pedro (Neto) is out with injury. We need more. We need more and for the right positions.”
Indeed, Wolves have one of the smallest squads in the division. And extra transfers could be welcomed heading into deadline day.
With the club getting off to a terrible start in the division, added quality could be the boost Lage’s side need to get back to winning ways in the English top-flight.
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