Bruno Lage could be the next manager after the wolves outgoing boss Nuno Espirito Santo who declared last week that he was leaving the club at the end of the 2020/2021 season.
Nuno ended his four-year stay at Molineux with a 2-1 loss to Manchester United on Sunday.
Fabrizio Romano, the transfer journalist guru confirms that ex-Benfica boss Bruno Miguel Silva do Nascimento alias Bruno Lage is the “frontrunner” in a bid to succeed Nuno.
It was announced earlier that Wolves were set to hold discussions with Mr Lage about the vacant position, and Romano offered an update saying Mr Lage will stay for the season.
Speaking on The Here We Go Podcast, Romano explained that talks were at a high-level stage between Lage and Wolves.
The 45-year-old is almost settling at Molineux ready to kickstart the Premier League club for the next season.
“Bruno Lage is the frontrunner. He’s the big favourite to be the new manager of Wolverhampton. The agreement is close, ” Roman said.
“He’s Portuguese, former Benfica manager, they are working on the agreement but he’s the main candidate and he’s set to join Wolves,” he concluded.