Wolves journalist Joe Edwards has been sharing his thoughts on Conor Coady and what his future could hold in his career.
On the topic of Coady and his future, Edwards had this to say about the defender.
He said: “He is a player that you can see having a career in management.
“He’s a student of the game, he’s worked very closely with Nuno and they have a very close relationship, and he will have picked up things off Nuno and he will look to pick up things from anywhere he can.
“He is one of those players that you look at and you think he’s definitely got potential to be a manager in the future, and a successful one at that.”
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Overall, the 28-year-old, who is currently valued at £19.8 million, has gone on to make 266 appearances for the Old Gold, in which he has managed to score three goals and provide seven assists along the way (per Transfermarkt).
Given how Coady has been entrusted to lead Wolves on the pitch as their captain, this suggests that he has what it takes to perhaps one day move into management when his playing career ends if that’s what he decides to do.
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Moving forward, with Coady’s current contract at Wolves set to expire in 2025, it would seem that the Englishman has some way to go until he has to decide what his next move could be in his career and whether or not the first stages of coaching could be on the cards for him.