By Alex Stevens
Wolves have begun their search for a new manager as Paul Lambert faces the axe, according to a report.
The Sun claim that Lambert’s “job is on the line” as the club’s Chinese owners prepare to press the trigger and end his unpopular reign.
It is said that Wolves chiefs are keen to appointed a foreign manager who has experience of taking charge of a team in the Championship.
The Sun report that Lambert could be sacked by the end of the season as the Midlands club prepare for yet more dugout upheaval.
Lambert, 47, took over at Molineux in October when the club were 19th in the Championship table and in danger of relegation.
The Scot has failed to inspire a revival even though a 2-1 league win at Brentford on Tuesday night gave the team some much-needed breathing space and lifted them to 18th, four points away from the relegation zone.
Wolves had gone to Griffin Park with just one win from eight matches to place further scrutiny on ex-Aston Villa, Blackburn and Norwich boss Lambert.
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