Wolves delivered a strong message in January transfer regarding a key striker.

In Wolves’ latest transfer update, it has been confirmed that their pursuit of Boulaye Dia, the Salernitana striker they targeted during the summer transfer window, has hit a roadblock. The club has been informed that Dia will not be available for a transfer in the upcoming January window.

During the summer transfer window, Wolves made a late bid to secure Dia’s services, but their offer was promptly rejected by Salernitana. Following this, Dia was excluded from the next Serie A fixture against Lecce and missed the subsequent two games due to an injury. He has since returned to the team, but interestingly, his goal-scoring form has not picked up since Wolves expressed their interest. To date, Dia has managed only one goal this season, which came in a 1-1 draw against Udinese back in August.

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Salernitana’s director, Morgan De Sanctis, seemed critical of Wolves for their last-minute attempt, expressing his frustration with the chaotic nature of the late transfer market activities. He emphasized the importance of respect for Salernitana, its history, and fans. According to him, Wolves made a late-night phone call with a loan option to buy offer that involved undisclosed figures, potentially causing a diplomatic incident. De Sanctis underscored the need for mutual respect between the player and the club, hoping to continue their relationship as they had over the previous year.

Furthermore, Salernitana’s president, Danilo Iervolino, has now unequivocally stated that Boulaye Dia will not be departing the club during the January transfer window. He firmly declared, “The case is closed, it’s over,” in reference to Wolves’ bid for the player in January. This statement leaves no room for speculation, reaffirming Dia’s commitment to Salernitana.

The question now arises: will Wolves be deterred from pursuing Boulaye Dia in January, given these firm declarations from the Italian club’s leadership? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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