Wolves interest in Kondogbia confirmed
Reports emerging from Turkey suggest that Wolves are interested in signing Atletico midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.
The 30-year-old is said to have offers from Turkey too and will assess his options once concrete offers are on the table.
Liam Keen has since reported that Wolves are definitely interested in Kondogbia but are yet to table a bid.
Wolves were interested in singing Kondogbia in January but this window may be the one where the midfielder makes the switch with only one year left on his current deal.
Wolves linked with Kone
Wolves and Aston Villa are the latest sides to reportedly have an interest in Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Manu Kone according to the Mail.
It is said that Kone is valued at around £35m and has previously been heavily linked with a move to Liverpool.
Joao Felix looking to ‘unleash talent’ as Wolves won’t be ruled out
Joao Felix understands that there may be no choice but to ‘take a step back’ in terms of the level of his next club.
Doors should ‘no longer be closed to destinations like Wolves’ as the club could be seen as somewhere to unleash his talent according to journalist David Medina.
However, it’s unlikely that Felix would make the switch to Molineux.
Brentford eye Collins
Brentford are reportedly lining up a move for Wolves defender Nathan Collins according to the Mail.
If sold, Wolves hope to make a profit on Collins who joined last summer for around £20.5m.
Collins isn’t the only Wolves centre back attracting interest with both Napoli and Spurs said to be interested in Max Kilman.
Mendes tells Barca fans to ‘keep calm’
Sport report that Barcelona have ‘almost ruled out’ the signing of Wolves’ Ruben Neves this summer.
With Ansu Fati rejecting a potential swap deal to Molineux, Barcelona cannot invest over €30m into Neves.
However, Jorge Mendes has urged Barca fans to ‘keep calm’ about Neves’ future.
Whether a move to Barcelona happens or not, it’s understood Mendes will be working on an exit for Neves this summer.
Conflicting reports on Neto future
Reports coming from Portugal suggest that Pedro Neto could be heading to Sporting on loan this season in a bid to rediscover his form after two injury hit seasons.
Lopetegui tops list of candidates for Al-Hilal job
The president of Saudi club Al-Hilal is reportedly holding talks in Paris as he hopes to appoint a new head coach according to Tutto Mercato.
Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui is reportedly among the candidates to take charge of the club
Lopetegui’s future at Wolves is still uncertain with the Spainard publicly expressing his concerns over FFP and budget issues for the summer.