Wolves will be one of several sides who will enter the 2017/18 Championship campaign with a new manager at the helm.
Paul Lambert led the side to 15th place in the second tier last term but departed from the club last month, being replaced by former Valencia and Porto chief Nuno Espirito Santo.
The 43-year-old only lost six times during his stint in charge of the Portuguese giants last season, but his inability to lead them to a trophy ultimately proved to be his downfall, with the club relieving him of his duties at the end of May.
However, their loss is certainly Wolves’ gain, and the new man in charge at Molineux has already gone about sorting his squad out for the upcoming Championship campaign with the sale of duo George Saville and Jed Wallace.
Both men have officially moved to fellow second tier side Millwall on a permanent basis, signing three-year deals at the Den after failing to make a massive impact at the Midlands outfit.
23-year-old Wallace moved to Molineux back in 2015 after four years at Portsmouth, but only managed 23 appearances for the first team in the last few years, while former Chelsea defender Saville fared slightly better, earning 57 appearances for the club since his move to the Midlands in 2014.
Nonetheless, neither man will be plying their trade at Molineux next season, and it’s news which has stimulated quite the response from Wolves supporters on Twitter, with many agreeing with the club’s decision to sell Wallace…
Very poor in the Championship gets out muscled a lot but end product always there with a cross but certainly not a shot. Glad he’s gone
— Steven Cater (@StevenCater9) June 26, 2017
What a waste of a player he was…. Never hardly got played at all. More of a league 1 player.
— Joe Williams (@Mr_Joe_Williams) June 26, 2017
@jedwallace12 Good player and really nice guy. Never really got a chance to show what he could do at Wolves. Bit unlucky. All the best
— Colin Peppiatt (@ColinPep1) June 26, 2017
Never given a fair chance, scouted as a right sided player but played at wolves mainly on the left. I’ve no doubts he will progress
— Vaughany (@Vaughany1973) June 26, 2017
Not good enough. Will never forget his performance at Derby away in 2015; truly shocking. #wwfc
— Stephen Lapper (@stephenlapper) June 26, 2017
Good luck @jedwallace12. Thank you for your service to Wolves and good luck in the future.
— Anthony Benton (@AnthonyBenton7) June 26, 2017
While delight seemed to be the overwhelming emotion when news broke that left-back Saville had signed for Millwall…
Oh my god this is fantastic news!
— Daniel Granger (@DanGranger92) June 26, 2017
— Reece Errington (@InspirredHD) June 26, 2017
— tommmgrainger (@TommmGrainger) June 26, 2017
— Aled Wyn Jones (@BalboWWFC) June 26, 2017
Good luck @GeorgeSav_
— TrueWolf (@ilovewwfc) June 26, 2017
All the best @GeorgeSav_
— LWWFC (@LWWFC) June 26, 2017