Bruno Lage's side finished eighth in their first season under the Portuguese manager last term.

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ starting XI and bench next season - IF Bruno Lage lands all his transfer targets

Let’s all take a look at the dream scenario, for just one minute.

We’re nearly into July and Wolverhampton Wanderers have still signed - well - nobody.

There’s still plenty of time to resolve that issue, of course, but it’s still frustrating for fans watching teams around you add players to their squad whilst you continue to seemingly suffer set-back after set-back.

It’s not like Wolves have done nothing this window, they did sign Hwang Hee-chan on a permanent deal from RB Leipzig but it’s hardly got the pulse racing.

That and numerous players continue to leave Molineux, from those like Romain Saiss who didn’t renew his contract after its expiration and the younger players like Ryan Giles who are being sent out on loan to gain first-team experience.

Whilst the latter especially is all well and good, it is worrying when the already small squad size only appears to be getting smaller.

In an ideal world all the heavily linked players like Matheus Nunes and Joao Palhinha would already be through the door but we don’t live in an ideal world and even in the real world - they may never happen.

However, let’s say they did.

BirminghamWorld have taken a look at just what Wolves’ team could look like next year, in full, if Lage landed every one of those linked players.

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