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Wolves ‘set to trigger Michael Beale’s QPR release clause and appoint him as next manager’

WOLVES are reportedly set to trigger Michael Beale’s QPR release clause and make him their next boss.

The Molineux club had made Beale their top candidate to take over, as exclusively revealed by SunSport.

Michael Beale is reportedly set to take over at Wolves

And now the Premier League strugglers are poised to trigger the >talkSPORT.

Beale, 42, only joined the Hoops in June but has impressed by guiding them to sixth in the Championship table.

He also speaks Portuguese — like 11 of the club’s first-team squad — thanks to a spell coaching Brazilian giants Sao Paulo.

Wolves see him as the progressive, hands-on coach they need.

As a result, they are prepared to pay the hefty compensation needed to prise him away from Loftus Road.

Former Spain boss Julen Lopetegui snubbed the chance to take over at Wolves earlier this month.

Ex-Wolves gaffer Nuno Espirito Santo emerged as another potential candidate, before Wolves made the decision to swoop for Beale.

He left his position as Steven Gerrard’s assistant manager at Aston Villa in June to become a boss himself.

He has quickly made his mark in his short time as a gaffer.

QPR are just three points off the top of the Championship, having played two games less than current league leaders Blackburn.

Steve Davis has been in caretaker charge at Wolves for the last three games, including the 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace last night.

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