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Wolverhampton Wanderers boss unhappy with transfer policy

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Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Kenny Jackett is unhappy with the transfer policy, according to The Sun.

Jackett's side currently sit in ninth

Jackett’s side currently sit in ninth

The problem which Jackett is unhappy about is understood to be regarding the ages of the players brought in during the summer transfer window, and the targets which the club will be looking at during the winter transfer window.

Jackett would like the club to sign more experienced players as they look to return to the Premier League after falling short last season. But the club’s owner Steve Morgan likes the players to be under 24-years of age, and this has left Jackett unhappy.

In the report made by The Sun, a source said:  “This is a problem for the manager – he keeps getting knocked back.”

Since the summer transfer window Morgan has decided to put Wolves up for sale, after eight years in charge of the Molinuex club and has also resigned from the club’s board.

With this news regarding Morgan, it could ultimately help Jackett get the more experienced players in that he wants.

Wolves currently sit in ninth place in the Sky Bet Championship, having accumulated 15 points from ten league games so far this season.

Wolves fans, What are your thoughts on this news about your club’s transfer policy? Do you think you need experienced players to help you get out of the league? Comment and have your say below!


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