Wolves urged to pursue Premier League winner in January
A report urged Wolves to sue Georginio Wijnaldum – with whom they have previously been linked – as he will apparently be on the move in January.
Wijnaldum left Liverpool for Paris Saint-Germain this summer after enjoying a successful period of his career on Merseyside. Indeed, he won the Premier League and the Champions League, playing an important role in both.
Although he has played for PSG regularly since joining the team, Wijnaldum has failed to stand out.
Moreover, the French giants are now ready to let the Dutchman go on loan in January.
A Molineux News report urged Wolves to prosecute Wijnaldum. Indeed, the team reportedly offered him a contract last year, when he opted for PSG.
A player of Wijnaldum’s quality would be huge for Wolves as they intend to stay in the first half of the squad. Indeed, they have finished seventh twice in the past three years.
In addition, only three central midfielders from the first team are currently available for the team. Adding Wijnaldum to this group would obviously increase the depth of the team.
Moreover, the 31-year-old would add both quality and experience. Naturally, Wolves would improve with the addition of a player of Wijnaldum’s caliber.
Whether or not Wolves will chase the midfielder remains to be seen.
However, Wolves should jump at the opportunity to sign such a fantastic player on loan. Moreover, the squad are expected to be better positioned than Newcastle United, who have reportedly contacted representatives for Wijnaldum.
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Low-cost traore probably on the move
Wolves’ Adama Traore has been the subject of much transfer speculation lately with Liverpool being one of the main linked sides.
The Spaniard was valued at around £ 70million at one point but that value has dropped significantly this season.
It looks like Traore is now available for around £ 20million, and Real Madrid could benefit from that.
Indeed, Traoré would like to join the club, and an agreement of this price could interest Real.