Wolves takeover: Dave Edwards sympathises with Kenny Jackett
Wolves midfielder David Edwards has expressed sympathy with boss Kenny Jackett over the current takeover limbo.
Jackett's position looks to be perilous with widespread reports that Julen Lopetegui is soon to replace him as boss amid a multi-million pound takeover by Chinese billionaire Robin Li.
Edwards, who has spent the summer with Wales at the European Championship, said the situation was 'unfortunate' for Jackett, who has been in charge for three years.
He added: "As a player you've just got to put it to one side and concentrate on each training session.
"We've got to believe nothing's going to change and we'll concentrate on what we usually do.
"It's not as easy for the board and manager with all that talk going on.
"The manager is wanting to sign players and is unable to with all this going on.
"It's a really unfortunate situation for the manager.
"Since he's come in he's stabilised the club, had two terrific seasons
"He won't let what's happening elsewhere effect his day-to-say training and planning."
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