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Nuno Espírito Santo will become Wolves’ new manager after Paul Lambert’s exit. The 43-year-old former Porto manager is expected to be appointed club’s fourth boss in 10 months in the next 48 hours. Lambert left on Monday, just six months after joining, following a club review of football operations which took place at the end of the season. The Scot had only joined in November but was unhappy at Wolves’ stance on new signings with super agent Jorge Mendes, a close associate of owners Fosun, having a large say in deals. Nuno is in line to replace him after leaving Porto earlier this month halfway through a two-year deal. The Portuguese giants finished second in the Primeira Liga, six points behind Benfica, and finished trophyless for a fourth consecutive season. Nuno was also in charge of Valencia between and guided them to fourth in La Liga in his only full season in charge. He will join after Lambert became the third head coach to leave, following Kenny Jackett and Walter Zenga, since owners Fosun bought the club last July. Championship: fans from all 24 clubs review their season Read more First-team coaches Stuart Taylor and Rob Edwards, and head of sport science Tony Daley, have Erin Henderson Authentic Jersey also left. A club statement read: “Wolves and Paul Lambert have agreed to part company following a football review which took place at the end of the season. “The club would like to place on record its thanks to Paul for his dedication and professionalism during his time at the club, which included some memorable victories, and wish him all the best in his future career. “In addition, first-team coaches Stuart Taylor and Rob Edwards, and head of sport science Tony Daley, will also be leaving Wolves with immediate effect. “As part of the coaching restructure, the club are currently in discussions with Pat Mountain regarding the possibility of him taking up a role within the academy. “Tony (Daley) and Rob (Edwards) have given many years of loyal and committed service to Wolves, and the club would like to thank them for their substantial contributions over a long period of time. “Along with Paul, all three departing members of the backroom staff leave with the club’s best wishes.” Wolves finished 15th in the Bet Championship this seasonLuciano Spalletti has stepped down from his position as Roma manager, two days after leading his side to a second-place finish in Serie A. Under the 58-year-old’s guidance in the past season, Roma won more Serie A points and scored more goals than any side in the club’s history, but ultimately fell short of Juventus by four points in the final standings. Spalletti has been linked with the manager’s role at Internazionale, who have yet to appoint a permanent replacement for Stefano Pioli. Francesco Totti brings down curtain on ‘something beautiful’ at Roma Read more “We would like to place on record our sincere thanks to Luciano Spalletti for all of his hard work and the significant contribution he has made to the club since his return,” said the Roma president, James Pallotta, in a statement on the club’s website. “This club is on a constant path of growth and that will continue with the appointment of a new coach who shares our values and philosophy and who will continue to help us take AS Roma forward.” The announcement comes two days after Francesco Totti’s final game for the club after 25 years. The 40-year-old Italian scored 307 goals in 786 games and came on in Roma’s 3-2 win over Genoa to a standing ovation on Sunday


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