A report by the Daily Mail claims there is transfer interest in Willy Boly ahead of the summer transfer window.
They report that Wolves are looking to focus their summer recruitment on the defence and attack.
That’s been influenced by a number of factors – and one of them is interest in Boly.
Another is the prognosis on Raul Jimenez, who is on track to play a full part in next season.
That apparently means that Wolves aren’t making the signing of a new forward a priority.
The report also says there’s interest in Ruben Neves who was linked with Manchester United last month.
They also point out that Romain Saiss has just a year left on his current deal, meaning that defensive changes might be imminent.
Nuno Espirito Santo has looked to change to a back four this season, and that might mean he looks to revamp the identity of his first choice defenders in the summer.
It appears Boly has suitors, although they are not named in the report, which indicated nothing is advanced at all.
Boly has been a colossus for Wolves and was deservedly described as ‘outstanding’ by former Old Gold centre-half Joleon Lescott last year.
A pairing of him and Conor Coady looks to be Wolves’ best bet right now, but Nuno might have his eye on someone different.
It’s a big summer ahead and letting Boly go would be a big call, the success of which would likely all depend on who they get in to replace him.
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