Following their decision to fire Bruno Lage due to their sluggish start to the Premier League season, Wolves are still without a permanent manager. The team’s interim manager, Steve Davis, defeated Nottingham Forest in his first game in charge last weekend.
The club must make a significant choice about its next appointment after a number of names have recently been linked to it. At Crystal Palace this evening, they are back in action. The most recent managerial update is shown below.
According to a report by The Athletic, Peter Bosz has emerged as a “leading candidate” for the Molinuex position.
The Dutchman is free after leaving Lyon in October and is considering his future move in the match.
The 58-year-old, who was most notably a midfielder for Feyenoord during his playing days, is an accomplished coach who has so far presided over 658 games from the bench. He formerly held managerial positions with AGOVV, De Graafschap, Heracles, Vitesse, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Ajax, Borussia Dortmund, and Bayer Leverkusen. He was sought out by Lyon in May 2021, but their performance in Ligue 1 last year was poor.
As Wolves continue their search for a new manager, Michael Beale of QPR has also been suggested as a possible contender. The former Liverpool, Rangers, and Aston Villa player has performed admirably this season in the Championship.