Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui is hoping that the club can find a solution to Financial Fair Play issues that could limit the money available to spend this summer, according to The Times.
The reports claim that the Spanish boss is unhappy after being set a smaller transfer budget than was promised, and he could be unable to replace outgoing stars.
Lopetegui demands FFP answers ahead of Wolves transfer window
The reports have claimed that the former Real Madrid boss believes that he has been misled by the club surrounding the money that is available to spend this summer. Lopetegui admitted concerns in a pre-match press conference following a meeting with Wolves chairman Jeff Shi.
It could be a busy summer at Molineux, with Ruben Neves nearing a dream move to Barcelona. Meanwhile, the latest reports have claimed that the Premier League side could be forced to sell Max Killman in order to free up resources to dip into the transfer market.
Lopetegui admitted that he hopes a solution can be found before the summer transfer window opens, as he admitted competing in the Premier League with no investment will be challenging.