Wolverhampton Wanderers have agreed to announces fantastic star as their first January transfer signing

There has been an advancement in talks.
Wolverhampton Wanderers have agreed to make their first January acquisition under Gary O’Neil, according to David Ornstein.

Wolves’ January window, thus far
O’Neil has done an excellent job since joining at Molineux just before the season began, and Wolves are now free of relegation worries in the Premier League.
In reality, a win over Manchester United on Thursday evening might propel Wolves into the top half of the league standings, but sports director Matt Hobbs and his team may be working on any deadline-day deals.

So far this month, there has been a focus on outgoings, with Fabio Silva and Sasa Kalajdzic joining Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt, respectively, until the season ends. Hobbs stated at the start of the month that replacements might be brought in for any players going on loan.

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“We dealt with the most critical profit and sustainability issues in a good and proactive manner over the summer, so Gary knows we’ll help him if we can, but we’re also not going to put ourselves in any danger.

“If players move out on loan, we can hunt for replacements, but they must be better than what we already have. The boys have done an incredible job, and we have some excellent young players coming through who want more minutes off the bench, but if we can improve what we’ve got and assist Gary and the group be more competitive, we will, given our financial situation.”
So far, incomings have been modest, but that appears to be changing on the window’s concluding day.

Wolves reached an agreement for Lemina.

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According to respected reporter Ornstein, Wolves have reached an agreement to buy Noha Lemina, Mario Lemina’s younger brother, from Paris Saint-Germain, following initial speculations earlier this month. A loan move appears to be on the cards, with the possibility of becoming permanent in the summer.
Lemina, only 18 years old, has shone in France with PSG’s youth teams, scoring 17 goals in 36 games for the U19s. He is currently on loan at Serie B club Sampdoria, but that looks set to terminate following the agreement with Wolves

As can be seen, Lemina can play in a variety of attacking positions, so it will be interesting to watch how O’Neil utilizes him in the coming months. Lemina now appears to be joining his older brother in the Midlands, and Wolves may have discovered an attacking gem if the teenager continues to impress at Molineux.

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