Wolves fans were rejoicing yesterday as the club finally completed a move for Brazilian midfielder Joao Gomes.
The star was announced as the sixth signing of the window, and probably two weeks later than expected.
Lyon had attempted to sign Gomes after presenting a higher offer to Flamengo.
But Gomes only ever wanted Wolves, and the Brazilian club finally caved ahead of last weekend.
Given the challenges Wolves faced, the signing of Gomes was perhaps the most satisfying of all this January.
And it looks as though it will be Wolves’ final bit of business on the incomings front.
The Athletic have reported this morning on what Wolves could be getting up to today.
Journalist Steve Madeley believes Wanderers are likely not going to be bringing anyone in today. But he adds it’s not impossible there could be a surprise.
He said in The Athletic: “They will be keeping tabs on the market and could still move if something appealing presents itself, but outgoings are more likely with some of the club’s younger players possibly heading out on loan.
“Likely? No. Possible? Yes. If an attractive deal presents itself Wolves are in a position to pursue it but it is unlikely they will be working actively on any incomings on deadline day.”
It’s been a great transfer window for Wolves even if no more additions on deadline day
So it’s looking like Wolves are set for a quiet day today in terms of incomings.
Wanderers have had a really strong window.
Lots of experienced players and leaders left the club in the summer. And steps have been taken to address that this month.
Lopetegui’s pull has helped Wolves bring in some cracking players despite the club’s position in the Premier League table.
If we are being really demanding, it would be great to see Wolves bring in a new right-back and an actual number nine today.
But those things don’t appear too likely. If Wolves are indeed done bringing players in, then it’s still a very solid window.