Nuno Santo’s time at Wolves
Nuno Espirito Santo has done a phenomenal job since taking the reins at Wolves.
Santo was appointed as Wolves boss in July of 2017.
In his first season in England, Santo would guide Wolves back to the Premier League, after a dominant season in the Championship.
His first season in the English top-flight was arguably even more impressive, as he managed to earn Wolves a very impressive 7th placed finish in the Premier League.
And due to Manchester City winning both domestic cups last term, 7th place was enough to earn a Europa League spot.
Wolves’ emphatic rise under Nuno has continued this campaign, as well.
The Wanderers have successfully navigated their Europa League group, and have booked their place in the round of 32.
Wolves also began the weekend 6th in the PL, only behind 5th spot on goal difference.
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Arsenal to seek talks with Santo
In the midst of his superb stint with Wolves, Nuno Santo is now being linked with the Arsenal job.
The Gunners are set to take on Manchester City on Sunday without a permanent boss.
Freddie Ljungberg is currently the Gunners’ interim boss, but his results so far have been fairly poor.
Now, as per the Daily Mail, Arsenal will seek talks with Nuno Santo next week over the vacant job.
According to the Mail, Santo is one of around 12 candidates whom Arsenal wish to speak to:
The Wolves boss is one of around 12 candidates the Gunners want to speak to, and the club are set to accelerate their interest in the Portuguese over the coming days. However, Arsenal will have to gain permission from Wolves before holding formal discussions with Nuno.