Three relegated Premier League players Wolves could sign this summer

Doris Richards
May 17, 2018

"It is very hard to talk to the fans at this moment as they are hurting like us", Carvalhal said.

Carlos Carvalhal will reportedly leave Swansea if he does not keep the team up. Wolves are looking for a keeper with plenty of experience, and Jack Butland has that, and the shot stopper is looking to stay in the Premier League after Stoke's relegation.

Joining Stoke are West Brom, who had their relegation confirmed last night following Swansea City's 1-0 defeat to Southampton, just hours after caretaker boss Darren Moore was given the Premier League Manager of the Month crown.

Stoke sources have told i that the club's board remain undecided whether Lambert, the former Norwich and Aston Villa manager, is the right person to lead them in the Championship next season. There have certainly been mistakes along the way and it is down to the owners to shoulder much of the responsibility.

"But we are taking steps to rectify that and we will be bringing additional resources to that department during the summer in a bid to change and strengthen the way we operate. Perhaps the club has lost its unique identity, the special essence that made Swansea City different - better, in many ways - and we need to rediscover that identity both on the pitch and off it if we are to make the community proud of this football club again". We believe this is a time for everybody to pull together even through the heartbreak and bitter disappointment of relegation.

But the Welsh side finished the season dreadfully, winless in their last nine Premier League games and scoring just three goals in the process.


"But we are still breathing a little, so let's see". "We tried to win points but it was hard". It was very hard for us to get players.

The Swans' time amongst the elite has come to an end as they return to the Championship after a seven-year stay in the Premier league.

And they amidst an ongoing battle between supporters and chairman Huw Jenkins, which saw a protest from fans in today's home clash with Stoke City.

"Reading were in the final past year and this season they were fighting to stay in the Championship".

Carvalhal's men kept going but lacked quality and when Andre Ayew saw his certain goal blocked on the line by his own team-mate Tammy Abraham, it summed up Swansea's season.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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