The person who made Wolverhampton a competitive team, playing international tournaments, and who, in turn, brought Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez to the Premier League will leave the Wolves after the last game of this season, to be played on Sunday. Nuno Espírito Santo will leave the reins of the Manada.
"After four seasons at the club, this Sunday will be Nuno Espírito Santo's last game in charge of the Wolves," the team posted on its official Twitter account. For his part, the coach mentioned: "Sunday will be a very emotional day, but I'm very happy that the fans are back at the Molineux to be able to share one last special moment together, like a herd."
The departure of Nuno, who's said to be looking for new challenges in his career, comes after Raúl Jiménez received medical discharge after the skull fracture he suffered last November. Precisely the Mexican striker received medical discharge in the last hours and will be available for Sunday, where he could add his first minutes of competition after more than six months of absence.
In fact, it was Nuno who empowered Raúl Jiménez at the Wolves. The Portuguese coach borrowed him from Benfica and, little by little, made him one of the most feared strikers in the English League, as well as making Wolverhampton a weekly championship cheerleader.
Nuno Espírito Santo moving to Tottenham?
Once his departure from the Wolves became official, information began to circulate that he will become the next Spurs coach, replacing José Mourinho, who was fired after showing against that team participating in the now defunct European Super League.