Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly making an eleventh-hour swoop for Cardiff City’s Kieffer Moore.
According to Telegraph journalist John Percy, talks are now ongoing with just a few hours remaining in the transfer window.
People were a little sceptical about those rumours, but there is seemingly something in it.
The claim comes despite Wolves signing Hwang Hee-chan at the weekend.
The South Korea international has joined on a season-long loan from RB Leipzig.
Hwang can also operate on the wings.
Moore only joined Cardiff last year, but enjoyed a tremendous first season with the Bluebirds, scoring 20 goals across all competitions.
Should a move for Moore come to fruition in the coming hours, it will likely increase speculation that Bruno Lage will end up changing to a 4-4-2 system.
Moore would provide a different threat
Hopefully, Wolves don’t finish the window just signing Moore.
Although he could potentially be a decent addition, depending on the terms of the deal.
Wolves are also being linked with Boubacar Kamara, who can play in defence and in midfield.
Getting the Frenchman and Moore wouldn’t be such a bad finish.