Wolves scouts were reportedly in attendance for the Portugeuse top-flight match between Pacos de Ferreira and Tondela on Monday night.
A Bola have reported that representatives from as many as nine clubs were present.
Scouts from Portuguese outfits Boavista, Gil Vicente and Vitória de Guimarães were all there.
Real Zaragoza, Eintracht Frankfurt, Mainz 05, FC Utrecht, Ferencváros and finally Wolves were all represented.
The game was huge for Tondela, who currently sit in the relegation zone.
It ended 1-1, which allowed them to jump up a place to 16th above Moreirense, who were beaten by Boavista.
The point for Pacos allowed them to move up to seventh above Maritimo.
A Bola do not provide any information as to who might have been the subject of interest for all the scouts watching on.
For Pacos, striker Denilson, 26, and attacking midfielder Nuno Santos, 23, have been having productive seasons.
Above: Pacos striker Denilson
Denilson has scored six goals and provided one assist, while Santos has chipped in with five goals and one assist.
Goalkeeper Andre Ferreira has also had a strong campaign, and has had seven man-of-the-match awards (via WhoScored).
For Tondela, Portuguese midfielder Joao Pedro, 29, has helped himself to seven goals.
It’s also possible that the Wolves representative attended to get a look at Wolves’ Renat Dadashov, who is on a season-long loan with Tondela. But the Azerbaijan international only got on for the last five minutes or so.
It may all become clear who Wolves were watching in Pacos de Ferreira vs Tondela
Who knows who the focus was for the Wolves scout/s that attended.
But Wolves fans should now ready themselves for some transfer links off the back of this development.
Hopefully they will arrive soon, as it has certainly become a bit doom and gloom about the club over the past few weeks.
The team have been underperforming, and a lot of fans can’t wait for the summer to roll around and for new players to come in.
Maybe the Wolves recruitment team will unearth a hidden gem from either Pacos or Tondela.