It looks like Wolves are set for a change in the goalkeeping department this summer.
Rui Patricio appears bound for Roma, with his future to be decided after his Euro 2020 campaign with Portugal comes to an end.
Jose Sa of Olympiakos is the front-runner to replace Patricio. It was recently reported that his move is in its final stages.
The Greek side are reportedly resigned to his departure and have looked at their own replacement stopper.
But according to the Telegraph, Sa is not the only goalkeeper on Wolves’ radar.
They report that Polish international Bartlomiej Dragowski, 23, is also of interest.
But they’re apparently not alone in the chase. Viola News claim that Tottenham and West Ham are also keen.
Borussia Dortmund are also in the hunt and could offer Champions League football next season.
Sa still looks most likely
Given the amount of competition for Dragowski, and the fact that Sa looks all set to move, you’d expect the Olympiakos man to be the one who comes in.
It’s still not confirmed that Patricio will go, but all the signs are looking that way.
If Dragowski is the man for Bruno Lage, getting him ahead of Dortmund, Spurs and West Ham would be a real coup.
At 23, he’ll have the best years of his career ahead of him. Fiorentina are still without a manager after Gennaro Gattuso left after just 23 days in charge.
That means it should be easier to get him. That state of affairs won’t exactly convince him to stay anyway.
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