Wolverhampton are close to announce the sign of 7 goals in 24 appearances Premier League striker

Wolverhampton Wanderers, having quietly impressed in the Premier League this season, are actively pursuing reinforcements as they navigate the departures of certain players from Molineux. Manager Gary O’Neil aims to fine-tune the squad for the remainder of the season, with departures such as Sasa Kalajdzic, Fabio Silva, and Luke Cundle making room for potential new signings.

According to talkSPORT reporter Alex Crook, Wolves are eyeing replacements for Kalajdzic, and there is potential interest in acquiring striker Danny Ings. Additionally, the club is exploring the overseas market and is reportedly set to secure a loan deal for Mario Lemina’s brother, Noha, from PSG. Sporting director Gary Hobbs emphasized the club’s cautious approach, stating that any new additions must surpass the current squad’s quality.

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Amidst financial considerations, Wolves have reportedly made a move for Southampton forward Che Adams, signaling their interest with an approach to the player’s current club. This move is seen as an attempt to bolster the forward position within the constraints of Financial Fair Play. While a preference for a loan deal is indicated, Adams is out of contract this summer, prompting Southampton to decide whether to sell him in this window or retain him until the end of the season.

Football Insider suggests that the pursuit of Che Adams aligns with Wolves’ aim to secure a striker on a modest deal. The Leicester-born forward, praised as “amazing” by Russell Martin, shares the same agent as Craig Dawson and Tommy Doyle, potentially facilitating negotiations. Adams has displayed good form, scoring seven goals and providing two assists in 24 appearances this season, according to Transfermarkt statistics.

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