Wolverhampton Wanderers are apparently keeping an eye on talented Groningen midfielder Tomas Suslov.
That’s according to Slovakian news outlet Sport.sk, who also bring comments from the player’s representative.
Suslov, 18, has really been catching the eye over in the Dutch Eredivisie, and has already clocked up 28 appearances across all competitions so far this season.
The attacking midfieder, who can also play out wide, has scored four goals and laid on five assists for sixth-placed Groningen.
His showings have apparently led to interest from Wolves, with Richard Čech claiming: “A month ago, after the Ajax-Groningen meeting (3:1), Ajax coaches came to see Tomáš. They congratulated him on his excellent performance.
“However, he is being watched by many more clubs. From October to March, about fifteen other agencies responded to us in a decent way, suggesting cooperation regarding Tomáš’s next transfer.”
Sport.sk say that Čech has been in contact with scouts from Wolves, who are said to have placed the teen ‘very high on their list of potential reinforcements’.
Another one to watch
So that’s another highly-rated young talent Wolves fans should keep an eye out for after Wahid Faghir and Isak Bergmann Johannesson.
Suslov is clearly a very bright young player given the opportunities he’s been handed this season, despite his tender years.
He’s also already represented the Slovakian national team twice.