Wolves are now facing competition for striker Haris Seferovic in the form of Mallorca.

According to Spanish outlet Marca, the club have turned their attentions to the Benfica man as they cannot bring back Vedat Muriqi.

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They had wanted to sign the Kosovo international, but negotiations between Mallorca and Lazio broke down.

As such, they are now looking to land Seferovic, whose qualities are similar.

It is expected that the Switzerland international will leave the club this month.

And the player was linked with an £8.5 million move to Wolves a few weeks ago.

Prior to those links, Seferovic had been pictured in a hotel lobby with Bruno Lage, whom he worked with at Benfica.

Since the initial reports of interest from Wolves there haven’t really been any developments.

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But if Wolves are keen on the 29-year-old then the club may now need to get a move on.

Mallorca’s need for a striker is great, and the fact Seferovic has previously played in Spain will give them hope of doing a deal.

Other clubs have also been linked with the star. Besiktas and Galatasaray are though to be keen, with the former reportedly having actually agreed terms with the player.

Wolves need to act fast if Lage and Seferovic reunion is to happen

With several other clubs tracking Seferovic, time is of the essence for Wolves if they want to sign him and reunite him with Lage.

Mallorca may fancy their chances given the player has previously played in La Liga. And Spain is obviously much close to Portugal than England.

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Wolves need to bring in a new striker this summer, and Seferovic – apparently valued at £6.8 million by Benfica – is a proven goalscorer.

He’s worked with Lage previously, and he could be a good fit in the Premier League with his physicality.

Wolves should strongly consider getting involved, before it is too late.

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