Wolves closing in on new striker
Wolves are said to be getting closer to securing the signing of striker Sasa Kalajdzic according to Sky Germany.
Stuggart value the gigantic striker at €25 million but it’s understood that a bid of €20 million could be enough to bring in Kalajdzic.
The 25-year-old is out of contract in the summer but has attracted interest from Manchester United and Bayern Munich this window.
It’s felt that a deal will be thrashed out, with personal terms ‘not being any issue’ as the player is extremely keen to join.
The 6-foot-7 Austrian certainly fits the profile for the type of striker Bruno Lage wants.
Wolves interested in Ajax midfielder
Wolves are reportedly set to open talks with the representatives of Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus to sign the Ghana international on a season long loan according to Football Ghana.
The tenacious midfielder is also said to be attracting interest from Everton.
The 22-year-old’s Ajax career has been plagued by injuries but the Ghanaian is said to be highly thought of in Amsterdam.
No bids for Neto from Arsenal thus far
Wolves have absolutely no intention of selling Pedro Neto this summer according to O Jogo.
The ‘door is closed’ for his departure and he’s expected to be available to Bruno Lage for all of the coming season.
News broke from David Ornstein on Monday that Arsenal had identified Neto as their top target and Jorge Mendes had offered the winger to Arsenal.
However, it’s understood Wolves’ value of at least £50 million on some way short of the Gunners valuation.
Wolves are in a strong position to maximise the size of a sale should it come to light with Neto recently signing a new deal until 2027.
As things stand, there has been no contact between Wolves and Arsenal.
Hwang’s former boss eyeing summer swoop
Leeds United will reportedly target Wolves forward Hwang Hee-Chan if Dan James leaves Elland Road to join Tottenham this summer according to Alan Nixon.
However, other clubs are also aware of Hwang’s possible availability.
It’s thought that Wolves are open to letting Hwang leave this summer with his minutes looking limited for the season ahead.
It’s not yet known whether Wolves would replace Hwang if he was to leave.