According to reports from the Sun, Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers have shortlisted the duo of Oscar Garcia and Paulo Sousa as possible replacements for manager Paul Lambert.
Paul Lambert has done a good job in steadying the ship at Wolverhampton Wanderers this season following an atrocious start under Walter Zenga but despite his decent work, the Scotsman looks set to be replaced at the end of the season as the club’s ambitious owners Fosun International look for a bigger name to lead their revolution.
If indeed Lambert’s services are to be dispensed with, Wolverhampton are said to have already shortlisted a host of candidates to replace their current manager and the Sun have carried out a report stating that the duo of Oscar Garcia and Paulo Sousa are their options at the moment.
Sousa among the contenders for Wolves’ post
Garcia is currently on the verge of guiding Red Bull Salzburg to their second consecutive Austrian title and the Spaniard has already forged a good reputation in England, having enjoyed a very productive spell with Brighton & Hove Albion not too long ago.
Even Sousa has already made his mark in England with promising spells at Queens Park Rangers and Swansea City and the current Fiorentina boss is believed to be one of the preferred options for the Wolverhampton hierarchy.