Jorge Mendes is 'looking for a new Premier League club for Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo'

Jorge Mendes is ‘looking for a new Premier League club for Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo’ – and super agent was ‘in talks with Arsenal before recent resurgence under Mikel Arteta’

  • Jorge Mendes is on the look-out for a new club for his client, Nuno Espirito Santo
  • The Wolves boss only extended his contract until 2023 back in September
  • The 46-year-old’s reputation has soared after he masterminded Wolves’ rise
  • Nuno is reportedly keen to remain in the Premier League if he moves on 

Jorge Mendes is reportedly looking for a new Premier League club for Nuno Espirito Santo, and recently held talks with Arsenal.

The 46-year-old’s reputation has soared in recent years after masterminding Wolves’ rise to the Premier League and into Europe.

Though he extended his contract until 2023 back in September, the super agent is already looking for a new challenge for his client, according to The Sun.

Nuno Espirito Santo could be heading for a new challenge

Jorge Mendes is reportedly looking for a new club for his client

Jorge Mendes is reportedly looking for a new club for his client, Nuno Espirito Santo (left)

Nuno has been hugely successful at Molineux since arriving in 2017, and has helped turn them back into a major force in English football. 

With Nuno keen to remain in the Premier League, the report claims that Mendes – whose list of clients includes Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho – was recently in talks with Arsenal before they enjoyed a recent resurgence under Mikel Arteta. 

LaLiga, where Nuno worked with Valencia back in 2014-15, is also believed to be an option.

Mendes reportedly held talks with Arsenal before their recent resurgence under Mikel Arteta

Mendes reportedly held talks with Arsenal before their recent resurgence under Mikel Arteta

Nuno guided Wolves to a seventh place finish and Europa League football in their first season back in the Premier League two years ago.

They enjoyed a run to the quarter-finals before they were knocked out by eventual winners Sevilla.

Wolves are enduring a tough campaign this time around and find themselves in a disappointing 13th place, but 10 points above the relegation zone. 

source: dailymail.co.uk

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