Bartlomiej Dragowski is apparently a goalkeeping option for Wolves this summer.
The Telegraph report that the Pole – who has one cap for his country – is on Bruno Lage’s radar.
The report came out when Rui Patricio looked reportedly set to leave Molineux at the end of Euro 2020, leaving Lage needing a new goalkeeper.
It has since been claimed that Patricio’s move to Roma is off – which would of course seriously lessen Wolves’ need for Dragowski.
Jose Sa was mentioned as the most likely stopper to replace Patricio but Dragowski is apparently under consideration too.
Dragowski’s quality is underlined by the fact that Borussia Dortmund apparently want him too.
Viola News also claim Wolves have competition from Tottenham and West Ham.
Hugo Lloris has allowed errors to creep into his game, while the Hammers need a long-term replacement for Dragowski’s countryman Lukasz Fabianski.
Some fans are perplexed, given that Sa looked to be the route Wolves were going down. But many others were thrilled with the link.
Here’s how the link with Wolves went down on Twitter:
Class keeper— inglaterra🏴 (@Wolvesest1991) June 22, 2021
Replacement for Nuno’s beard.— Just Moi (@fitoldgit) June 22, 2021
He’s so underrated imo— an honest fan (@jack57168200) June 22, 2021
Drago is a beast— Dean Marsden (@dmarsden1988) June 22, 2021
BOOM now we’re talking!!— Dan Vincent 🐺💛🖤🇵🇹🇲🇽 (@Dan__Vincent) June 22, 2021
I used to sign this guy in career mode back 3 years ago.. potential out of this world😆😆😆 now if we can get Tielemans— S.P. Chop (@sean_paul_chopz) June 22, 2021
I’d take him for that beard alone— Timo (@atrushyy) June 22, 2021
I think I’ll call him Dave— joey 🏴 (@xGJHP) June 22, 2021
i thought we was replacing Patricio with Sa— Ben smith (@Bensmit76265991) June 22, 2021
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