Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Goncalo Guedes from Valencia.
According to the Daily Mail, the Spanish club are looking to recoup as much of the £36 million fee they paid Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2018.
Guedes has struggled to pull up trees at the Mestalla, and is claimed to view the Premier League as a place that will suit his style better.
The report states that Wolves are still considering selling Adama Traore, in a move that would help raise funds for Guedes.
It’s added that Patrick Cutrone, 23, could be used as part of any deal.
But it’s difficult to see Valencia wanting the Italian permanently, as his loan spell as been very disappointing so far and he’s hardly played.
Guedes, who was part of Portugal’s Nations League-winning squad, has scored four goals in 25 appearances so far this season, and made four assists.
Wolves should walk away
It feels like it was only a matter of time before Guedes got linked with a move to Molineux.
There is no way the club should be looking to sign him.
On his day he is a real talent, but that day does not come often enough and his end product is very inconsistent.
Selling Traore in order to raise funds to bring him in would be a silly decision from the club.