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Wolves Approach QPR Over Current Managerial Vacancy

Wolves Approach QPR Over Current Managerial Vacancy

Wolves have decided to approach QPR manager Michael Beale

The Premier League club have widened the net for Bruno Lage’s replacement, after Julen Lopetegui turned the role down.

Although if an appointment cannot be made, interim managers Steve Davis and James Collins could remain in post until the World Cup gets underway next month.

Be that as it may, Tuesday night’s loss to Palace has focussed minds and a way to deal with QPR is presently expected.

The matter is muddled by the reality QPR are at home to Cardiff in the Championship on Wednesday night and Wolves are aware of that.

In any case, except if there are unanticipated issues, Beale is set to be in control when Wolves engage fellow strugglers Leicester on Sunday.

Wolves have addressed previous chief Nuno Espirito Santo and Peter Bosz about the opening, yet have now moved somewhere unexpected.

Beale is an exceptionally evaluated mentor, having followed Steven Gerrard south from Rangers to Aston Villa prior to taking the QPR job in June.

Addressing BBC Radio London on Wednesday, Beale said he stayed focused on his current job.

Beale has made a splendid start since taking over, driving QPR to 6th in the Championship, and they had gone five matches unbeaten before their 3-1 misfortune at Luton on Saturday.

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