we take a look at the latest wolves transfer rumours
Wolves are in the market for a centre back with Coady and Collins both departing. Wolves are looking at Manchester City defender Taylor Harwood-Bellis. The 21 year old was pivotal to Burnley’s promotion last season and also captained England’s U21 team in the European Championships. Taylor will be out of contract next summer so City may want to cash in on him rather than let him leave on a free. According to TEAMtalk, Wolves hold a serious “interest” in Harwood-Bellis but are set to face stiff competition for his services with Brighton and Hove Albion, Everton and Fulham also wanting to reach an agreement for the defender.
Turkish media are reporting that Galatasaray have rejected Wolves’ €15m bid for Danish defender Victor Nelsson. There are also reports that Tottenham have already had a higher bid for the player rejected and Galatasaray value him at around €25m.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly interested in bringing Southampton’s Che Adams back to the West Midlands this summer following the Saints’ relegation. The former Birmingham City striker made 28 appearances last season with 23 starts scoring 5 goals and 3 assists and has been a consistent scorer in the Premier League over the last four seasons.
Another transfer window and another Wolves link with Dario Osorio! The Chilean winger has recently broken into the senior national side and currently plays for Universidad de Chile in the Chilean top flight. The Sun reports Wolves are still tracking him but reckon West Ham will bid around £7.5m and AC Milan are interested in buying him and then loaning him out.
Napoli are expected to up their offer for Max KIlman in the coming days and reports are Max is keen on playing Champions League. The move would also mean a hefty pay rise rumoured to be in the region of an extra £35k per week. In the meantime Tottenham are reportedly interest in Kilman and are considering hijacking any deal, but Wolves are in a strong position with Max having a further three years left on his contract.
Do you remember Hayao Kawabe? Wolves signed the Japanese midfielder from Grasshoppers and then loaned him straight back to them 18 months ago. Well he may well be sold for £1.3m with links to both Fortuna Sittard and Standard Liege. This would bring in further needed funds for Julen Lopetegui’s rebuild.
It’s certainly looking like there will be a big shake up this summer with Wolves clearing the decks to fund incomings and the squad is likely to look very different to the one that finished the 2022/23 Premier League campaign. Sit tight Wolves fans!