After Julen Lopetegui turned down the opportunity to take the job last month following the firing of Bruno Lage, talks reopened this week with Wolves’ No. 1 target; all parties are hopeful a deal can be concluded soon; Steve Davis will remain in charge of the team in an interim capacity until after the World Cup.
The Wolves and Julen Lopetegui are making progress in their discussions on the management vacancy.
This week, discussions resumed with Wolves’ top candidate for the head coaching position, who passed down the opportunity to assume the post a month ago after Bruno Lage was fired.
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Julen Lopetegui is currently a free agent after being fired by Sevilla, and all involved parties are optimistic that a contract may be reached in the near future.
It is believed that Jorge Mendes, a close acquaintance of the Wolves ownership who also represents a number of the club’s players, is Julen Lopetegui’s agent. Mendes is also believed to be Lopetegui’s representative.
After Julen Lopetegui declined the position due to personal reasons, Wolves made contact with the head coach of QPR, Mick Beale, but Beale also declined the opportunity to lead the Wolves in the Championship.
The Wolves made the announcement in October that Steve Davis would continue to serve as the club’s interim head coach until 2023. It is anticipated that he will continue to lead the team until the international break brought on by the World Cup.
Under Davis’s leadership, the Wolves have only one victory to show for their five matches, and they have lost three of those contests. The club from the Midlands is currently 19th in the Premier League rankings, and they are two points away from being safe.
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