Wolves are reportedly keeping tabs on Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Idrissa Gueye.
Le10 Sport have claimed today that the Black Country club are one of a few teams keeping an eye of the Senegal international’s situation.
Apparently Gueye doesn’t particularly want to depart the Parc des Princes, but manager Thomas Tuchel is keen to offload the 30-year-old.
Gueye joined PSG in the summer of 2019 after a few very good years at Everton, where he became known for his tenacious work in midfield.
The Toffees cashed in for a reported £30 million (BBC Sport), but the player has not pulled up any trees for his new club.
That said, he did get plenty of game time, making 34 appearances in total.
Also in the hunt for Gueye according to Le10 are Premier League sides West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Manchester United.
Gueye would be a great option for Nuno
In theory, Gueye would be a lovely addition for Wolves.
At moment, Nuno has a lot of technically players but few absolutely relish ball-winning.
Leander Dendoncker is steely, but he doesn’t quite have the same energy as Gueye, who is a lot more mobile than the Belgian.
Depending on what kind of fee PSG would be after, Gueye – who has 64 caps for his country – could potentially be excellent business.