Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly eyeing a number of players from Championship club Bristol City.
According to The Bristol Post, the Premier League club have been watching three stars in particular – midfielders Han-Noah Massengo and Tyreeq Bakinson, and striker Antoine Semenyo.
The report claims that Southampton have been one of the keenest in regular attendance in BS3 in recent weeks.
The Robins have had a fairly average season so far in 2020/21, and currently sit 14th the Championship table on 49 points.
But Frenchman Massengo (19) and English duo Bakinson (22) and Semenyo (21), have all featured quite regularly for City, despite their tender years, and have really caught the eye at Ashton Gate.
In the Championship, the trio have made 84 appearances between them so far, with Semenyo making the most with 37 out of a possible 38.
According to the report, City are looking to revamp their playing options this summer to suit the direction manager Nigel Pearson wants to head in.
Bournemouth and Norwich City are also said to like the club’s young talents.
Ones to watch
Wolves having an interest in some of Bristol City’s best young talents is interesting.
The trio are getting good experience playing in the Championship, which is a great division for shaping young players.
Wolves will definitely need some experienced additions this summer given they have a fairly young squad at the moment.
But signing one of Massengo, Bakinson or Semenyo as well could be a good move.