Struggling Wolverhampton are hopeful to land Julen Lopetegui in the Molineux and lead Wolves to a strong premier league finish. Visit for more soccer scores here!
This is a revival of the Wolves organization in their bid to get the service of ex-Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui. Way back in 2016 when Wolves sent their interest but it was immediately turned down by Julen. Then, just last month, during the Wolves’ managerless campaign, it was again turned down. Now, Wolves express their interest in hiring Julen Lopetegui for the third time and this time the chance is at its peak. You can get updates about soccer on TV today here!
This move by Wolves caused Queens Park Rangers manager Michael Beale to make a last-minute change of heart and decline the offer to move to the Molineux. Lopetegui had a strong familiarity with the Wolves. Way back in the 2020 Europa League, he led Sevilla to a victory over Wolves in the last eight.
The Spanish football manager is set to take the spot of Wolves manager, which is temporarily held by Steve Davis, on November 13. Although there were various reports that Lopetegui will handle the head coaching job at Molineux after the pause season for World Cup 2022.
Elsewhere, Atletico Madrid suffers a huge blow this season
The Spanish side Atletico Madrid failed to perform in the Champions League group stage as they were also unable to reach the knockout round playoffs in the Europa League, making their journey in Europe over.
Diego Simone’s side suffered a huge blow in the Champions League group stage with only a single round of matches remaining. Their dreams had ended in a dramatic passion almost a week ago after the team failed to score a penalty that was awarded after the final whistle in a draw against Bayer Leverkusen. The Spanish side regained their hopes when they went to Northern Portugal to get a much-needed win for a spot in the Europa League knockout round, but they suffered another defeat against Porto coupled with Leverkusen avoiding a defeat against Club Brugge, which solidified their exit to premier European competitions.
The Atletico’s campaign result in the Champions League group stage sealed the Simeone’s side facing the second half of the season without any chances of European football campaign for the first time under his era and the first time for the club way back in 2007.
“We did not deserve to reach the last 16 or even the Europa League, time to shut our mouths, work, and fight.”
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