Wolves have been linked with a move for Cardiff City striker Kieffer Moore.
Bruno Lage’s side have started the 2021/22 season with two defeats in the Premier League.
Despite looking very good in games against Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur, Wanderers are yet to score a goal this term.
After yesterday’s outing against Spurs, they’ve had 42 shots.
An additional forward could perhaps be needed, and it seems Moore might be someone of interest.
According to journalist Pete O’Rourke, Wolves are lining up a move for the Wales international, who scored for his country at Euro 2020.
Moore has been with Cardiff since last year, and has been a fantastic signing for the Bluebirds so far.
Last term he scored 20 Championship goals.
Wolves and Cardiff have already done a little bit of business this summer.
Young full-back Ryan Giles is on a season-long loan there, and has started very well.
Moore would bring something different
Wolves need to bring a central defender and a central midfielder first and foremost.
But moving for Moore wouldn’t be such a bad idea.
Standing at 6ft 5in tall, he is a huge aerial threat and would likely just stay in the penalty area rather than coming deep to link play as Raul Jimenez sometimes does.
Cardiff probably don’t want to lose a player they signed only last year, so it may not be so straightforward to get him in.
Wales Online claim he could cost north of £10 millon.