Wolves need to sign this prolific goalscorer this summer
Baring a major hiccup Wolverhampton Wanderers are all set for a return to the Premier League this season. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are top of the Championship on 82 points, 13 points clear of third place Fulham with only 8 games to play.
Wolves have owners who have backed the football club financially as they bought in a lot of high profile players last summer, but still it takes a manager to put a team together and get them playing in a system that helps them win football matches and that is exactly what Nuno Espirito Santo has done this season.
The club last played Premier League football in the 2011-2012 season when now Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy was in charge, but relegation from English football’s top flight saw the club have a dramatic downturn in fortunes as they slipped through the trap door and the following season they were relegated to League One.
Now the club are on the verge of tasting success again the supporters will be hoping that their owner again backs the manager with big enough funds to help keep them in the Premier League for many years to come.
With that in mind the club should turn their attentions to Celtic winger Scott Sinclair.
Scott Sinclair – A player who started his professional career at Bristol Rovers before moving onto the likes of Chelsea, Swansea, Manchester City and Celtic to name a few could be seen as an ideal signing this summer.
Various media outlets are reporting that Sinclair is ready to make a return to English footballs top flight, with the Daily Star reporting that no fewer than nine Premier League clubs are eyeing up the signature of the 28 year-old.
Having found his feet at Parkhead where the winger has scored an impressive 42 goals in 95 appearances, it is clear to see that the lure of the Premier League could prove too much this summer, but Wolves would have to act fast with all the interest of other parties for Sinclair’s signature.
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