Valencia are under mounting financial pressure – and the situation could potentially help Wolves to land Goncalo Guedes.
The Spanish giants currently to stand to violate Financial Fair Play.
According to Mundo Deportivo, the club must make €37.7m (£32.4 million) in net profit from player sales in order to stay in the black for the season.
The closing date to do this is June 30.
Football Espana suggest that the club could turn to three of their key players to help them out of the situation: Carlos Soler, Jose Gaya, and Goncalo Guedes.
Of course, Wolves have been linked with a move for Guedes earlier this year.
The Telegraph reported that Wolves were going to prioritise a striker this summer, and that Guedes was a top target.
The star enjoyed a productive 2021/22, scoring 13 goals in 42 games, and making six assists.
The star is represented by Jorge Mendes, and has been linked with Wolves in previous transfer windows.
He only has a year left on his contract, so there is a strong chance he will be offloaded this summer.
And given the financial pressure Valencia are under, it’s possible for a suitor to get a pretty good deal on the star.
Wolves should test the waters over Goncalo Guedes, amid financial pressure for Valencia
It sounds as though Valencia could really do with a couple of significant sales.
Wolves have been linked with Guedes, and this could be a good chance for them to finally land him and for a decent price.
He is someone who could potentially be a very good fit at Wolves.
He’s versatile and can play anywhere across the frontline. And he’s shown he has an eye for goal, which is very important since Wolves have struggled in the final third for the past couple of seasons now.
Potentially, there’s a real bargain to be had here, and Wolves have surely got to get in contact with Valencia to see what a deal would cost.
There have been reports of interest from AS Roma though, so Wanderers may need to get a move on.