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Wolves’ forward line is an area of significant interest and potential change as the club approaches the 2024-25 season. Gary O’Neil is keen to add depth and quality to this part of the squad, particularly after injuries impacted the team’s performance in the previous campaign. Let’s take a closer look at the current forwards, potential departures, and transfer needs.

Pedro Neto

Capable of dazzling runs and vital goals, Pedro Neto remains a crucial part of Wolves’ attacking prowess. With his contract running until 2027 this indicates if he is sold Wolves will require substantial compensation. A record breaking figure of £60 million has been touted and the amount Wolves can ask for him could be swayed by his performance in the Euros.

Hwang Hee-Chan 

Known for his versatility, Hwang can play across the forward line. Despite a mixed bag of performances, his adaptability makes him an asset. Hwang has until 2026 remaining on his contract.

Matheus Cunha 

Signed last winter and in contract until 2028, Cunha showed flashes of brilliance and is expected to play a more prominent role this season. Cunha has attracted interest and has many admirers but unless a phenomonal offer comes in we fully expect him to be in a Wolves shirt next season. 


Pablo Sarabia, whose contract runs until 2025, is Wolves’ top wage earner. Despite this, he’s not a regular starter for the team. Wolves plan to sell him this summer, but finding a club willing to pay his high salary might be tough. If they can’t offload him, he might stick around until his contract ends in 12 months.

Fabio Silva (2026)

At 21, Fabio Silva doesn’t see his future with Wolves, and the club agrees. Four years after his £35 million arrival and three loans in different countries, Wolves plan to find him a permanent move this summer, he has a contract that runs until 2026.

Goncalo Guedes 

Goncalo Guedes doesn’t seem to have a future at Wolves. However, his current value might be too high for the club to sell him without taking a big financial hit. Another loan is more likely, adding to the three he’s already had in the past two seasons. This could include an option or obligation to buy next summer.

Daniel Podence

Olympiacos want to make last season’s loan a permanent move, and the 28-year-old is happy to stay with Greece’s Europa Conference League champions. However, the two clubs need to agree on terms. Either way, Podence has made it clear he has no future at Wolves.

Sasa Kalajdzic

Kalajdzic’s tall frame and aerial ability give Wolves a different attacking option but he has failed to make a mark in the Premier League since joining Wolves and has spent the vast majority of his contract injured. He is of course out injured for the first part of the season so won’t be sold in this window.

Chem Campbell

Campbell showed some promise on loan but hasn’t convinced Wolves he can make it in the Premier League. They plan to sell the 21-year-old winger this summer, he is contracted until 2026

Tawanda Chirewa

Chirewa stepped up last season due to injuries and impressed Wolves. They will need young talent next season, and the 20-year-old Zimbabwe international seems a good fit for the first team. He’s in contract until 2026 and recently made his international debut.

Nathan Fraser 

Fraser almost went on loan in January and will be available again this summer if a suitable club is interested. At 19, he needs more regular first-team action than Wolves can offer. He is in the final year of his contract so it will be interesting to see what happens with him.

Leon Chiwome 

The 18-year-old striker is in talks for a new contract. He is expected to stay with the first team and play regularly for the under-21s. His current contract expires this Summer

Noha Lemina

Wolves haven’t decided whether to buy the 18-year-old brother of Mario Lemina. It’s likely the January loanee will return to PSG.

Enso Gonzalez 

Gonzalez had a tough debut season in 2023-24 but made the bench for Premier League games in April. He had a brief debut against Crystal Palace. A loan move is likely for more game time, he is in contract until 2029.


The Portuguese winger did well on loan at Famalicao and has attracted interest from other clubs. Wolves haven’t ruled out a sale but want O’Neil to assess the 24-year-old in pre-season before making a decision. His contract expires in 2026.

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