Wolverhampton Wanderers have been credited with an interest in Arnaut Danjuma.
TEAMtalk have reported that the club are eyeing the two-cap Netherlands international.
Danjuma has just finished a great season with Bournemouth in which he scored 17 goals and made eight assists across all competitions.
It ultimately ended in disappointment for him with the Cherries losing to Brentford in the play-off semi-final.
The fact he won’t be playing in the Premier League with the south coast club next season has unsurprisingly led to reported interest from other teams.
TEAMtalk say Brighton, Southampton, West Ham United and Watford are also in the hunt.
Danjuma has three years remaining on his contract according to Transfermarkt.
The star was recently hailed by manager Jonathan Woodgate, who believes ‘he can go as high as he wants to’ (Bournemouth Echo).
Danjuma could be a great signing
Depending on what Bournemouth would ask for, Danjuma could be a great signing by Wolves.
The star, who signed for the Cherries for £13.7 million in 2019 (BBC Sport), has arguably shown he is a level above the Championship.
He recently won the club’s Player of the Year award, and he seems destined to play at the top level again.
With Pedro Neto set to miss the start of 2021/22, and Daniel Podence having struggled for consistency during his time at Molineux, Danjuma could be worth looking into.