Wolverhampton will close the Premier League season against Manchester United, and this match will mark the last team of Nuno Esprito Santo as coach of the Raul Jimenez playing team.
Following the announcement that coach Nuno Esprito Santo will leave the team after next Sunday, Wolverhampton’s Mexican forward Raul Jimenez will be left without a manager at the end of the match against Manchester United.
“After four seasons at the club, this Sunday will be Nuno Esprito Santo’s last game in charge of Lopos. Thanks, NunoWolverhampton reported through their social networks.
Nuno Esprito Santo signed with the English team in 2017, with whom he was able to play in European tournaments, matching the Mexican striker since 2018, leaving the team 12th in the Portuguese Championship stage, second division, and Premier League.
“Sunday will be a very emotional day, but I’m so glad the fans are back on Molinex, we can share one last special moment together as a group,” said Wolves coach Nuno Esprito Santo.
The Portuguese coach led 198 games with 56.23 percent. He was expected to fight for European competitions this season, but the injury of one of the team’s leading men, Raul Jimenez, and the loss of other footballers have complicated the English team’s aspirations.
The 47-year-old coach has been linked with various English teams as he has worked well with the Wolves. Nuno Esprito Santo has given no clue about his future, so far he has only talked about his last game with Wolverhampton.
Raவுl Jimenez, who recently had a medical discharge, is without a coach.