They have since been locked in a battle with UEFA at the Sports Arbitration Tribunal in the hope of having their sentence dropped or reduced.
The verdict on the call was to be in the middle of July and Sportsmail has now suggested that he will find out on July 13.
If their ban is upheld, the team finishing fifth in the Premier League will qualify for the Champions League next season.
United currently ranks fifth, ahead of the Wolves due to the only goal difference. Before the duo, Chelsea are fourth, while Leicester are third – although the gap with these two has been eroded since the Premier League restarted.
If wolves fail to qualify for the best competition in Europe by ranking in the league, they will have the opportunity to do so through the Europa League.
They will face Olympiakos in the return leg of their round of 16, before a mini-tournament in Germany decides on the winners.
We hope that the match against the Olympiakos can be played at Molineux, with a finely balanced tie at 1-1 after the first match in Athens.