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WOLVES boss NUNO: "No extension talks ongoing"

13.07.2020 15.33 by Claudio Colla  read 343
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Training Wolverhampton since June 2017, 46-year old Portuguese trainer Nuno Espirito Santo, asked by Sky Sports UK about Wolves extending scenarios underlying, stated: "Well, it's no time to talk about that right now. I'm still on a year-long deal with the club, and there's no table ongoing, to date". Former Porto and Valencia manager, accomplishing more than expected once, ranking-wise, so far on top of such Premier League giants as Arsenal and Tottenham, is currently on a deal with Wanderers until June 2021 indeed.

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