Wolves failed to sign a central midfielder in the summer transfer window.

Bruno Lage still needs one ahead of the January market opening, with Renato Sanches among the names being talked about.

Now, according to reports from Belgium, Wolves have another potential option to add to their engine room.

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Voetbal Krant report that Adem Zorgane is wanted by Wolves when the winter window opens.

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He currently plays for Sporting Charleroi in Belgium, having moved there from Paradou AC in the summer.

The Belgian outfit paid 2 million euros (£1.7 million) for the central midfielder in the summer.

Now, the report says they want 8 million euros (£6.7 million) to let him leave mid-season.

 

For them, that would be a ‘jackpot’ amount, as per the report – the highest ever fee they have received for a player – but it should be affordable for Wolves.

He has two assists and one goal this season, which are not numbers which will get too many people excited.

But he is seemingly a talented midfielder, and at the age of just 21, he has plenty of time to improve.

Zorgane is already an Algerian international and will hope to have a big future in the game.

Wolves fans may hope for a more established or exciting name in January, but the club may decide to go down the route of investing in a younger player with more room to improve.

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