Duje Caleta-Car has been the subject of a bid from Wolverhampton Wanderers – but the Marseille man is supposedly not convinced about moving.
L’Equipe have reported (via GFFN) that Wolves made a bid somewhere between €15 million (£12.8 million) to €18 million (£15.4 million) over the weekend.
Marseille’s president Pablo Longoria is said to have tried to convince the player to make the move.
Apparently, Caleta-Car is currently unsure about a possible move to Molineux (via GFFN live blog, Tuesday morning).
Liverpool put an offer to the player back in January according to Caleta-Car himself.
A move to Anfield never materialised, with the Reds going on to loan in Ozan Kabak.
Marseille are in the Europa League this season. Wolves of course, cannot offer any form of European football.
Perhaps that is a reason he isn’t so sure.
Wolves need someone fully committed
Caleta-Car reportedly being doubtful about a potential move to Wolves is a bit of a worry.
Wolves need players that are 100% committed and really want to come in and make a difference.
If there are any hints a player doesn’t quite fancy the move then perhaps the club need to be looking at alternatives.
If the Fulham man would be keen to return to the Premier League with Wolves then the club ought to make their move.