Wolves have today made a bid for Harrison Reed – and Fulham have rejected it.

Wolves have already confirmed one incoming today, with Enso Gonzalez joining the club from Club Libertad.

But the club will not be stopping there.

Tommy Doyle is joining the club on loan from Manchester City.

And centre-back Santi Bueno is also coming in from Girona.

Wolves are looking to land another midfielder in addition to Doyle – and the club’s search has now led them to Fulham star Reed.

Wolves fail with first Harrison Reed bid, another bid expected

According to Fabrizio Romano, Wolves have seen their first bid for Reed rejected today.

The Cottagers turned down the offer ‘in the last few hours’.

Romano reports that the club are expected to put in a further bid ‘very soon’.

Reed has been with Fulham since 2020, joining from Southampton.

He has clocked up 149 appearances for the club, scoring three goals and making 11 assists.

It is unclear how much Wolves’ first bid was worth.

Reed interest comes out of the blue, but he could be a great pick up

Wolves’ interest in Reed has rather come out of nowhere.

On the face of it, it is a little underwhelming.

But Reed is a tidy midfield player with a lot of Premier League experience. He tends to be more comfortable playing as a deep-lying midfielder, but can play further up is needs be.

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Wolves have a relatively young pool of midfield options and it could be good to have someone like Reed, 28, come in.

Since he only has one year left at Fulham, he surely isn’t going to break the bank.

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