Director hints at surprise at significant Wolves offer I didn’t anticipate getting something so wonderful.

Quique Cárcel, the sporting director for Girona, said Thursday that he has extended his own contract until 2027. L’Esportiu de Catalunya quotes him as saying that he also described how Bueno’s transfer to Wolves came about.

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The director claims that the La Liga team wasn’t anticipating selling the defender during the previous transfer window. That’s partially due to a hamstring injury he sustained near the end of last season, which required him to sit out for three months.

Cárcel discussed the departures that occurred in the previous transfer window and provided an explanation of why his team chose to sell the 24-year-old to Wolves.
We anticipated that the industry would be challenging because significant players would fail to survive, he said.

“With Oriol Romeu, we lost a player who improved his teammates, and ultimately, Santi Bueno, whose injury made us doubt he’d make it.

“But the final offer from Wolverhampton was a big offer for a player who had come in on a free, and we understood that this was the time to do it, with the luck of being able to bring in Eric Garcia at the last minute,” the statement continued.


The summer acquisition by Wolves watched Uruguay’s World Cup qualifiers against both Chile and Ecuador from the sidelines. When Wolves and Liverpool square off at Molineux on Saturday, he might have a chance to make his Wolves debut.

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