Reports from Spain claim that Wolves are among the clubs keeping tabs on teenage playmaker Pablo Torre.
Marca claim that Wolves are ready to battle Real Madrid, Real Sociedad and other clubs from across Europe, including the Netherlands for the Racing Santander starlet.
He has also previously been watched by Rangers, according to reports in Scotland, so it is clear he has plenty of options if he decides to move.
There has been frustration about Wolves’ transfer business, where it still seems they are light in central defence and the heart of midfield.
There has been recruitment at youth level with the likes of Louie Moulden and Harvey Griffiths coming in from Manchester City.
Those moves may prove fruitful in the future but some supporters would like to see more established stars come in and make an impact now.
Santander are currently playing in the The Primera División RFEF, which is the third tier of the Spanish football league system.
Torre has played 16 games in that competition so far this term, scoring three goals and laying on five assists for teammates.
He plays most often as an attacking playmaker but can also play as a winger on the left of a front three. He would be one for the future, and Wolves are clearly keeping an eye on him.
It remains to be seen how concrete that interest is and how much they are willing to pay for him.
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