Wolves boss Nuno Santo has confirmed the club willing be bringing in more new faces before the transfer window closes next month.

Santo was speaking after Wolves’ 3-1 Premier League defeat to Manchester City last night, and the Portuguese coach admitted he needs to strengthen.

Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota have already left the club, with Fabio Silva and Fernando Marcal coming in.

Barcelona full back Nelson Semedo is reportedly on the verge of a £40m switch, with other targets already identified in what should be a busy few weeks ahead at Molineux.

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