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Wolves transfer news: Atalanta willing to find Gollini a new club

Atalanta are reportedly willing to find Pierluigi Gollini a new club, amid transfer links to Wolves.

It was reported earlier this week that Wolves are in the picture to sign the Italian goalkeeper, who is currently on loan at Fiorentina.

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But he hasn’t featured all that much this term.

He has mainly played in the Europa Conference League, making just three appearances in Serie A.

Wolves are on the lookout for a new number two goalkeeper this month. Officials have decided they want stronger competition for Jose Sa.

Matija Sarkic would then be able to head back out on loan and develop his game further.

Gollini is seemingly someone they like.

But the situation is slightly complicated in that he is currently on loan at another club.

But Tutto Atalanta report Gollini’s parent club may be willing to facilitate a new move for him.

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They don’t want to take him back for themselves. Apparently, his relationship with manager Gian Piero Gasperini is not the best.

So Atalanta will recall Gollini but only if they are sure they can send him out again.

It remains to be seen if Wolves now try and push for this deal.

The ball appears to be in Wolves’ court regarding Pierluigi Gollini, with Atalanta ready to find him a new club

So it would appear Fiorentina are considering cutting short Gollini’s loan. And Atalanta are ready to get him a new club.

That would suggest there is a reasonable chance of Wolves signing him.

It would be a positive move from Wolves.

While Sarkic has big potential, he seemingly does perhaps need another spell away from Molineux.

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Gollini has previous experience of playing in the Premier League, and it is thought he is someone with character and personality.

The consensus has been that Wolves let to many of those kinds of players leave the club last summer.