Wolves are reportedly already thinking about turning Hwang Hee-chan’s loan move permanent, and also making another play for Renato Sanches.
South Korean star Hwang has been a revelation at Molineux since his arrival back in August.
Wolves opened with three defeats and had not scored a goal in the Premier League before he came.
So far, Hwang has scored four goals for Wolves in eight appearances in total.
He is quickly becoming a real favourite, and seems to have already struck up a great partnership with Raul Jimenez.
According to the Telegraph, Wolves are set to accelerate talks with RB Leipzig about signing Hwang permanently.
Currently, the club have an option to buy the player for £14 million.
The initial plan was to take a decision at the end of the season, but the club now wish to bring that forwards.
The Telegraph also claim that Bruno Lage remains keen to sign Renato Sanches, the Lille midfielder.
The club are set to reignite their interest after abandoning talks in the summer upon discovering the nature of his knee injury.
Wolves are supposedly keeping a close eye on the situation.
Sanches made his return to action at the start of October and has been building up his fitness since.
He got 90 minutes last night against Sevilla in the Champions League, and 90 minutes against Paris Saint-Germain at the weekend.
Double deal for Hwang and Sanches would be amazing Wolves business
Signing up Hwang permanently is surely a no-brainer at this point.
He has been absolutely brilliant since his arrival and he clearly suits the Premier League.
He brings both a goal threat and industry, making him an ideal player in a Bruno Lage team.
Many Wolves fans were disappointed when a deal for Sanches did not come to fruition a few months ago.
Hopefully Wolves can have success with that this time around.
He would be an amazing addition, as he operates from box-to-box and has technical quality.
If Wolves can enjoy a decent end to 2021, then there’s probably a decent chance he’ll want to come.