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.

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Moore was first linked with Wolves just over a week ago.

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.

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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.

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