Two Premier League clubs reportedly have their eye on Marseille star Boubacar Kamara.
According to Calciomercato journalist Daniele Longo (via Get Italy Football News), the young Frenchman is attracting interest ahead of his contract expiring.
Kamara currently has eight months remaining on his existing deal.
The club have tried to hand him a new deal some weeks ago.
But they were quickly pegged back.
Longo claims AC Milan are eyeing the player. They see him as a potential replacement for Franck Kessie.
Apparently, there is a verbal agreement between Milan and the player, but nothing is on paper yet.
Two unnamed Premier League clubs are also keen on Kamara, who is said to have become more and more important for Jorge Sampaoli in recent days.
Wolves, of course, became heavily linked with Kamara during the last transfer window.
It was reported that Wolves did enter talks with the French club about a possible last-minute transfer.
Apparently a loan with option to buy offer was made, but the player’s entourage rejected it (via GFFN).
Could Wolves still be interested?
One wonders if Wolves are one of the two Premier League clubs keen on Kamara.
It is absolutely paramount that Fosun deliver a new central defender for Bruno Lage in the winter window.
Romain Saiss and Willy Boly will be heading off to AFCON, and Yerson Mosquera is out injured.
The need is there, and Kamara would be an exciting addition.
Newcastle were reportedly another side very keen on Kamara during the last window. It would potentially be tricky for Wolves if the Magpies were still keen, given their new financial might.