Wolves will reportedly have to buy Goncalo Ramos if they want to sign him this summer.
The club have been linked with a move for the 21-year-old from Benfica.
The teenager is set for a fresh start, and will bid to get regular minutes. It is thought Wolves will sanction that particular move once he extends his contract at Molineux.
Talks are on between the two clubs, and fans will hope something materialises as soon as possible.
Pre-season has now commenced, and Bruno Lage ideally wanted new faces in by now.
According to Mais Futebol, it is ‘certain’ that the only way Ramos leaves the club this summer is through a sale.
Seemingly, they have no interest in loaning out the player.
It remains to be seen if this will be a problem for Wolves, who have been worryingly quiet so far in the summer window.
There have been suggestions that the club is needing to make player sales first before adding new faces.
There is no word from Mais Futebol regarding an asking price for Ramos.
But the player has high potential and has a contract with Benfica until 2026, meaning he likely wouldn’t come too cheap.
Wolves may need to start selling quickly, as report claims Benfica only want Ramos sale
Benfica only wanting to sell Ramos is potentially not great news for Wolves.
The club have had no activity so far this summer, suggesting that there is a need to sell players in order to fund new ones coming in.
With Silva looking like he’ll now leave, it is vital that Wolves sign a new centre-forward.
So it’s possible Wolves may need someone like Ruben Neves, Morgan Gibbs-White or Adama Traore to depart if Ramos is to come to Molineux.