Wolves now want to sign 23-year-old who tore Liverpool apart earlier this season

Wolves want to sign the talented player who ripped Liverpool apart in the Europa League earlier this season.

Talks about signing a new striker have dominated the Wolves’ headlines for some time, and they continue to do so ahead of the summer.
Gary O’Neil looked for a new forward in January after letting Sasa Kalajdzic and Fabio Silva go on loan. Sky Sports journalist Johnny Phillips recently claimed that Wanderers ‘absolutely’ intended to sign Fulham striker Carlos Vinicius in January.

Although a deal for the Brazilian fell through, with only 18-year-old Noha Lemina joining from Paris Saint Germain, O’Neil is still looking for a new striker for the summer, with one outstanding kid thought to be on their radar.

Wolves considering a deal for Union Saint-Galloise striker Mohammed Amoura
According to Foot News, as reported by Sport Witness, Wolves have joined the growing list of clubs interested in signing Union Saint-Galloise attacker Mohammed Amoura this summer.

Wolves battling Arsenal for Algeria international Mohamed Amoura

According to the report, the Belgian giants want at least €20 million (£17 million) for the outstanding 23-year-old, while Premier League side West Ham United has already offered €15 million (£12.8 million).

Amoura is a desired man across Europe, as his goal-scoring exploits have skyrocketed this season, with the Algerian scoring 22 goals and assisting six times in 40 games.

The hype and interest surrounding his name will only continue to grow as he excels on the biggest stage with one performance in particular adding an extra few million to his value.
Mohammed Amoura tore apart Liverpool in the Europa League
All eyes were on Amoura as Union Saint-Galloise recorded a famous 2-1 victory over Liverpool in the Europa League group stage.

The 23-year-old came up against Ibrahima Konate, a highly-rated defender, but didn’t let that faze him. Amoura scored and assisted on the night, inspiring his side to an incredible win.

Starring against one of Europe’s powerhouses will undoubtedly enhance interest in his signing, but it isn’t the first time he’s impressed in competition, rating high among his positional counterparts.
Amoura, who has erupted in Belgium and on the European scene, is ready to go on to a bigger club, and Wolves, under O’Neil’s coaching, could be the ideal environment for him to continue his growth.

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