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Lop leaves…

On Tuesday, Julen Lopetegui departed the club after a nine-month tenure during which he successfully maintained Wolves’ position in the Premier League. He assumed control when Wolves were at the bottom of the league table last Christmas.

Wolves have appointed former Bournemouth manager Gary O’Neil as Julen Lopetegui’s replacement.

He kept the Cherries in the Premier League, racking up 39 points and finishing 15th. Despite that achievement, he did not keep hold of his job, with former Rayo Vallecano manager Andoni Iraola becoming Bournemouth’s new head coach.

Here are Wolves departures so far this summer window and Gary has a big role to play now in a much-needed morale boost in and around the squad.

Wolves’ transfers incoming


Boubacar Traore – Metz, £9.5m

Matt Doherty – Atletico Madrid, free

Tom King – Northampton, free