It appear Wolves are ready to do business this January after all.

A number of outlets, including Sky Sports, are now reporting that the club are set to sign Real Sociedad striker Willian Jose on loan until the end of the 2020/21 season.

Apparently the club will then have an option to buy the Brazilian, with the Express & Star reporting that figure to be agreed at around £17 million.

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The development comes despite the club recalling Patrick Cutrone from his loan at Fiorentina recently.

The Italian is yet to start since returning, but could perhaps feature from the beginning against Chorley in the FA Cup tomorrow night.

It looks like Wolves will be signing Jose though, and some are wondering what to expect from the 29-year-old.

One man who has offered his thoughts is journalist Guillem Balague, who is well up on players from La Liga.

 

He said on Twitter: “WJ lost a bit of spark after moves to Spurs and #FCB fell through. Holds the ball and links up well, could be more effective.”

When asked by someone if he felt it was a good deal for Wolves, he added: “No doubt. He is intelligent, plays very well with his back to goal, but needs few changes to score. Will win games.”

Jose links are exciting

It seems like Jose could be a great fit for the Premier League.

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He is someone who has been likened to Raul Jimenez, and will bring the physicality that has been lost in the Mexican talisman.

The main thing is he is experienced and a goalscorer, which really, is what Wolves have been crying out since losing Jimenez to injury in November.

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