Reports in Portugal suggest that Wolves are in talks with Benfica over a loan move for Gonçalo Ramos.
It’s said that Wolves are currently in negotiations over an initial loan deal, with an option to buy the 21-year-old but conflicting reports from Portugal state that Benfica are only willing to let him go on an a permanent deal for no less than €45 million.
This all comes after today’s breaking news that Fabio Silva looks set to leave Wolves on a season-long loan – meaning Wolves would be desperate for offensive reinforcements if the move happens.
Other notable journalists in Portugal have also reported that Wolves are set to open talks with Benfica over Ramos.
Ramos, who came through the Benfica youth system, scored seven goals in 17 games for The Eagles last season.
It’s said that Bruno Lage is a fan of Ramos – having worked with him at Benfica and according to O Jogo, Wolves tried to sign Ramos on loan in January too.
Ramos can play as a centre-forward, but can also play as a second striker. The forward also featured in Dan Butler’s recruitment plan on Talking Wolves YouTube which can be viewed here.