Wolves in talks with Reading boss
Published 09:02 21/02/12 By MirrorFootball
Wolves have held talks with Reading boss Brian McDermott as a possible replacement for Mick McCarthy.
The Molineux side spoke to the 50-year-old last night and he will meet incoming Royals owner Anton Zingarevich today to discuss his position.
Wolves have also asked Brighton for permission to speak to Gus Poyet. But it is believed Steve Bruce is still the firm favourite to replace axed McCarthy.
Wolves dumped the former Replublic of Ireland manager last week and interviewed ex-West Ham and Charlton boss Alan Curbishley for the post.
But it is believed Curbishley knocked them back after only being offered the role until the end of the season - and was warned he would have to take a pay cut if they went down.
Morgan has also interviewed Bruce and the ex-Sunderland boss is the bookies' odds-on favourite.
But Wolves clearly have reservations as they are still looking at different options and are very keen on Poyet, as well as eyeing up the impressive McDermott.