Nuno Espirito Santo was Jorge Mendes' first ever client - so it's no wonder the recently departed Porto boss is on Wolves' radar.
Jose Couceiro is clearly a manager with his own mind - so its wide of the mark to suggest Wolves would want him to simply accept a backwards seat.
Paul Lambert knows Jordan Hugill would be a fine addition to Wolves' attack - but Preston North End have been handed a major boost.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are expected to part company with manager Paul Lambert, and are reportedly looking to Hull City for his replacement.
The former Aston Villa and Norwich City boss looks to have managed his final game as Wolves boss.
Jorge Mendes will handle Wolves' recruitment this summer - meaning manager Paul Lambert could be set to depart.
Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to continue their progress as one of the most exciting teams in Europe when the summer transfer window opens.
Arguably the most powerful man in world football has sunk his claws into Championship Wolves.
Jorge Mendes remains arguably the most influential agent in world football but that doesn't necessarily mean Wolves will benefit from his influence.
Mendes was involved in a number of Wolverhampton Wanderers' summer dealings.