Wolves are reportedly interested in signing Angelo Stiller from Bayern Munich.
A report from The Sun on Sunday (print edition, page 61) has claimed the Black Country club are looking at potentially bringing the 19-year-old to Molineux in the future.
Currently, the holding midfielder’s contract with the Bavarian giants expires next summer, meaning Wolves stand to snap up an exciting youngster on a free.
One would expect interest from other teams will come though, given Stiller’s potential.
He may not have made a first-team appearances for Bayern, but his rise at the club and showings for Bayern Munich II have been very encouraging.
For some background about the youngster, the official Bundesliga website ran a feature on Stiller earlier this year.
In their article, they liken him to Werder Bremen’s Turkish midfielder Nuri Sahin – who made his name at Borussia Dortmund and has also played for Liverpool and Real Madrid.
It is claimed Stiller can operate as a number six or a number eight, with Bayern II coach Sebastien Hoeneß describing him as ‘very mature’.
One to watch out for
Stiller sounds like a very exciting young talent.
The starlet was promoted to the U19s two years ahead of the curve according to the Bundesliga’s feature, which is a suggestion he plays beyond his tender years.
One would imagine more teams are going to come in for him given his contract situation, so hopefully Wolves officials can get to work early and ensure they go unchallenged over the midfield talent.