Wolves fans have been reacting to reports yesterday that the club have agreed a deal to sign Willian Jose on loan from Real Sociedad.
Supposedly the club have an option to buy the 29-year-old permanently.
Sky Sports are also reporting that Wolves have agreed to sign the striker on loan, with an option to buy in the summer of 2021.
The news comes out of the blue, as there was no indication that Wolves were interested in Jose until yesterday.
However, Nuno has been looking for a striker due to the head injury suffered by star man Raul Jimenez.
The Wolves boss suggested last month that he wanted to bring in a striker in the January transfer window, as quoted in The Express & Star.
Wolves also recently took the decision to bring back Patrick Cutrone from his loan spell with Fiorentina, although there is speculation that he could go back out again.
Wolves’ recent form has not been great, and the hope would be that Jose hits the ground running quickly if he does join.
Supposedly, Sociedad already have a replacement lined up for the South American in Carlos Fernandez of Sevilla.
On social media, some Wolves fans have been reacting to the surprise report.
— Alex🐺 (Football Expert) (@wwfcAlex_) January 20, 2021
— Aaron Archer (@longliveaze) January 20, 2021
@HarryWi57417449 looked at his stats, seems pretty consistent
— Harry Williams🟠⚫️ (@HarryWi57417449) January 20, 2021
Good signing 🐺 https://t.co/XrNo7GZJZv
— Todd (@toddwilson28) January 20, 2021
Is this real? Would take him at Wolves tbh https://t.co/DB0hPGyZcx
— Luca🇵🇹🐺 (@LucaDFC) January 20, 2021
This could be interesting. Atletico Madrid reportedly wanted him earlier this month. Similar style of play to Jimenez – physical and powerful, but with the technical ability to pull off some nice holdup play. https://t.co/MkLp9E3EGJ
— Sam (@SamJGollings) January 20, 2021
— lauren (@laurennandoo) January 20, 2021
At last hallelujah. 😁
— Chris (@cpj93070) January 20, 2021
What a player 😍
— Greg (@Greg__Phillips) January 20, 2021
Yes please 🐺
— Mark Podbury (@podderspgatour) January 20, 2021