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9 goals, 8 assists: Why Celtic attacker is the perfect man to boost Nuno Santo’s Wolves

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Wolves have one foot in the Premier League and fans will already be dreaming of the high-quality players that will be arriving at Molinuex, should they confirm promotion in the coming weeks.

After signing the likes of Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota in the Championship, expectations will be high in the summer.

However, whilst those players have made a massive contribution to Wolves’ season, it’s worth mentioning the shrewd bargains the club have picked up this season.

Ryan Bennett and John Ruddy joined for free and Barry Douglas was £1m from Konyaspor, with all making big contributions.

Therefore, it’s clear Nuno Espirito Santo and the recruitment team are capable of finding bargains and that will be the case next season as well.

One man who could do a job is Scott Sinclair, who has performed very well since joining Scottish giants Celtic.

The former Chelsea winger enjoyed a superb first season in Scotland and was crowned SPL Player of the Year as the Glasgow side completed an invincible treble.

Whilst he hasn’t hit the same heights this season, Sinclair has still been very productive in the final third.

English fans are quick to dismiss the SPL but it’s worth pointing out the the player has also helped the club to the Champions League group stages in the past two campaigns.

Another positive reason to sign Sinclair is that he wouldn’t cost much and knows the league. Additionally, Santo’s preferred 3-4-3 formation would allow the player freedom to stay forward, running at the defence and scoring goals from the inside left position.

Wolves will need to boost their squad in the summer and Sinclair could be a smart signing that may not attract the headlines but could be very effective.

Thoughts, Wolves fans? Let us know in the comments below.


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Article title: 9 goals, 8 assists: Why Celtic attacker is the perfect man to boost Nuno Santo’s Wolves

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