According to 90Min, Wolves have been offered the chance to sign winger Lukas Masopust.
Masopust currently plays for Slavia Prague, who knocked Rangers and Leicester out of last season’s Europa League.
He also represented the Czech Republic at Euro 2020 this summer, as they made it to the quarter-finals.
Masopust started all five matches on the right of midfield, including the 1-0 loss to England at Wembley.
The report claims the 28-year-old could be available this summer for as little as £6 million.
But it wouldn’t be straight-forward to sign him as he’s been offered to a host of other Premier League clubs too.
West Ham Leicester, Watford, Brighton, Newcastle and Crystal Palace have also been offered the opportunity to sign him.
The Hammers have a history with Czech players, enjoying great success having plundered Vladimir Coufal and Tomas Soucek under David Moyes.
Do Wolves need him?
Ask 100 Wolves fans what their club needs this summer and it would be a surprise if any of them said a 28-year-old winger.
A central defender and a new midfielder are the priorities. Wolves will be fine out side once Pedro Neto and Daniel Podence return.
It would be good to see some progress on two new players to bolster the spine of the team, especially with Willy Boly injured.
Masopust might well represent decent value at that price, and could continue the run of Czech success stories over here if he does come to the Premier League but Wolves have more urgent priorities right now.
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