So 3 of the best players of the last couple of seasons are leaving and probably a few more. The 3 have all done well at the club, played in the PL and got sent back down again. It is not necessarily a tempting proposition to wade through the thicket of the Championship for at least a whole season for less pay, while PL clubs are eager to snap them up. Fletcher quickly developed a sore ankle. Jarvis a sore groin. It seems inevitable that not only Kightley and Fletcher will go, but also Jarvis. Players who want to leave for any reason probably will not be inspired enough to be coachable and adapt to a new system of play. Solbakken is very methodic. He knows exactly how he wants the team to play and he knows what type of players will fit into the system. Now he has the opportunity to bring some of those players in - hungry, eager to learn, eager to play for Wolves in the Championship. He has already brought in one of scandinavias most promising young strikers, a Mali international starting 20+ games last season for France's 6th best club, and a regular polish international capped 26 times. Still no big dent in the war chest. At Copenhagen the entire top 11 were valued at less than Fletcher and Jarvis alone. Still they did well in Europe against both ManU and Barcelona. If at least a fair bit of the cash coming in from sales is spent on acquisitions, it could get very interesting!