Wolves make improved offer for 18-year-old winger
Wolves have reportedly made a new and improved offer for Dario Osorio according to TNT Sports Chile.
It was reported back in June that Wolves reportedly offered Universidad de Chile €3.5m for the 18-year-old and Wolves have since gone in with an improved offer.
Osorio, who plays primarily as a left winger and has scored four goals in 13 games this season.
Wolves linked to giant 19 goal striker
According to reports in Nigeria, Wolves are among the clubs reportedly interested in signing Genk striker Paul Onuachu.
Clubs such as Atletico Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen and more are also said to be interested in the 6ft 7” striker who is valued at €18m.
The 28-year-old scored 19 league goals last season in the Belgium Jupiler Pro League.
It’s no secret that Bruno Lage wants another striker who can dominate in the air and Onuachu certainly fits that profile.
It’s understood the player would prefer a move to the Premier League.
Trincao to join Sporting for for €10m
According to Record_Portugal, Francisco Trincao is set to join Sporting for €10m with Barcelona will keep 50% of his economic rights.
It was reported earlier this week that Wolves would receive 20% sell on fee from Trincao’s next move.
Although the fee is a fraction of what Barcelona had quoted Wolves to make Trincao’s move permanent, the 50% sell on fee would have surely put Wolves off.
Duo sign for Grasshoppers on a permanent deal
Meritan Shabani and Renat Dadashov have both left Wolves to join Grasshoppers on a permanent deal.
Both players have struggled with serious injuries during their time at Wolves.
New loan rules brought in by FIFA may have influenced the decision to left the duo leave on a permanent deal as clubs will only be allowed to loan out a maximum of eight players during the 2022/23 season, with this number reducing by one each season so that by the 24/25 season clubs will only be allowed to loan out 6 players at any given time.
Both Shabani and Dadashov have signed two-year-deals with an option of an additional 12 months.