Transfer business expected to be hectic
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey says he expects a busy summer of transfer activity, but has warned there will be players leaving.
Moxey says the club will have some natural wastage over the summer and there will be players both coming in and going out, but he claims that they must learn from their mistakes of the past.
Moxey claims the £10m that was spent strengthening the squad in the past has turned out to be a waste of money and that new boss Stale Solbakken will be looking for value for money.
"Stale looks to get value for money, which is something all football clubs should be seeking, so I think we'll see some interesting player activity, or at least I hope we will,'' Moxey told the Birmingham Mail.
''He'll freshen things up. Since Steve Morgan's been here we've managed to do business in each transfer window. This will be more challenging because we have moved from three years in the Premier League into the Championship.
"There'll be some natural wastage. There'll be players we want to move on, there'll be players we want to keep hold of and there'll be new players coming in. So I think it's going to be a very busy summer."