The Express and Star’s Joe Edwards has recently discussed the recruitment policy that Wolverhampton Wanderers have.
Currently, the Old Gold’s squad is looking threadbare in several positions (via Transfermarkt).
Furthermore, Wolves only have four players in the first-team squad which are capable of playing in the centre of midfield.
So, in the latest episode of the E&S Wolves Podcast, Edwards discussed Wolves’ recruitment and the type of players they will be looking at bringing in.
He said: “There was an interesting interview with John Marshall, who’s on the recruitment side, he did an interview with Wyscout on YouTube.
“[He talked] about the whole kind of recruitment policy at Wolves and the players that they target, and openly admitted that – we can read between the lines and know it – but they’re looking for players that are 20-25 mainly, I mean, they may stretch to 26 on the odd occasion, but the remit is players that are 20-25.
“[They look for] players that have an ability to learn a new system and be flexible and play in different positions. Those players, unfortunately, don’t grow on trees.
“It is frustrating and I think, personally, they should have a player through the door now really, but these things do take time.”
As can be seen in what Edwards had to say, it is clear that Wolves do have a “remit” in terms of their recruitment policy and that perhaps makes it difficult to bring players in.
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However, it would perhaps be understandable if Wolves fans were concerned after only seeing Matija Sarkic arrive on a free transfer from Aston Villa at Molineux so far this summer (per Transfermarkt).