Some Wolverhampton Wanderers fans are keen to see the club move for Bristol City youngster Han-Noah Massengo.

The 19-year-old has been linked with a switch to Molineux, with The Bristol Post claiming Wolves have been looking at him and two others – Tyreeq Bakinson and Antoine Semenyo – at Ashton Gate.

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Apparently, Wolves have been watching the trio, as have fellow Premier League side Southampton.

Massengo joined the Robins in the summer of 2019 in an eye-catching transfer said to be worth around €8 million/£7 million. (RMC Sport, via GFFN).

He came from AS Monaco, where he actually made seven first-team appearances.

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He actually made his professional debut in the Champions League back in November 2018, becoming the first player born in the 21st century to feature in the competition.

To date, Massengo – who also worked under Thierry Henry at Monaco – has clocked up 51 appearances for Bristol City.

An earlier report from The Bristol Post (March 2020) described Massengo as ‘a whirlwind of technique, ball recoveries and tidy short-range passing’.

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The local media outlet gave him an A- grade at the time of all football being halted due to the pandemic, adding it had been ‘some debut year’ so far for the talented teenager.

 

On social media, some Wolves fans have been reacting to the report about the club watching the three youngsters, and Massengo appears to be the player most would like to see at Molineux:

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