JUST IN : wolves has finally confirm 18-year-old crucial player as january transfer target = Fabrizio Romano reveal

Wolves’ goalkeeping staff is getting older, with an average age of 30. It is now stated that they were looking for a young goalkeeper for the summer.

José Sá, despite his brilliance, is unreliable, and despite his new deal, he is unlikely to spend the season at Wolves.

Daniel Bentley and Tom King are both second-stringers under him, and at the ages of 30 and 28, they are unlikely to improve.

Wolves are thought to have been looking for an exciting young goalkeeper last summer for these reasons.

This is according to Fabrizio Romano, who claims Wolves bid for Guillaume Restes.

Fabrizio Romano, the transfer guru, revealed on X that Wolves were interested in 18-year-old Guillaume Restes from Toulouse. Old Gold is claimed to have ‘wanted to sign’ the child.

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However, it was also stated that Toulouse turned down advances from the Molineux side during the summer, before stating that he is a ‘one to watch’.

The Frenchman is a regular for his Ligue 1 club and is certainly a goalie with a bright future. Restes, who are you?
Restes is a French under-21 goalkeeper who has four clean sheets in 11 games this season.

These have appeared in the Ligue 1 and Europa League, as well as for France Under 21 under Thierry Henry.

Restes has a save rate of 82%, which puts him in the 99th percentile among his positional counterparts.

Given his performances at such a young age, we believe he will be among Europe’s finest goalkeepers in the coming years.

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