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There has been speculation surrounding Nuno’s future in recent months, but official confirmation has now arrived that the 47-year-old will leave Wolves at the end of the campaign by mutual consent.
The Portuguese only signed a three-year contract extension last September, having led Wolves to back-to-back seventh-place finishes in England’s top flight, but it has been an underwhelming season for the former Championship winners, with a total of 45 points leaving them in 12th position.
Wolves cannot finish any higher than 12th, but they are only three points clear of 15th-placed Newcastle United and therefore their position could change on the final weekend of the season.
The home side will enter Sunday’s clash off the back of successive losses to Tottenham Hotspur and Everton, while they are winless in their last five matches with Man United in all competitions.
Wolves have struggled for consistency at Molineux this term, winning seven, drawing four and losing seven of their 18 Premier League matches, but they will be determined to give Nuno a strong send-off in this match.
Given the Europa showpiece comes just three days after United’s trip to the Midlands, Solskjaer will rotate with second place in the League table already assured.
While Dean Henderson appeared to be dropped against Fulham following a shaky display versus Liverpool, the more likely scenario is that Solskjaer was trialling his probable XI against Villarreal last time out at Old Trafford.