Club Brugge have reportedly made a transfer offer for Wolves midfielder Owen Otasowie.
According to Sky Sports reporter Anton Toloui, the Belgian outfit – who will play in the Champions League this season after winning the Belgian league – have put a £4 million bid on the table.
It is yet to be accepted by Wolves.
It remains to be seen if it will, as it was reported by The Telegraph recently that it could take as much as £6 million for Wolves to sell.
Otasowie’s future has been up in the air for a few months now.
The ace, according to Toloui, is looking to play regular football in order to boost his international chances.
Last season, Otasowie made his debut for the Wolves first-team against Chelsea in December.
He caught the eye that night, but did not kick on as many hoped.
He found opportunities hard to come by under Nuno Espirito Santo, who preferred to use his more experienced options like Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Leander Dendoncker.
Wolves would be taking a risk selling Otasowie
Otasowie seems to have qualities that no other midfielder at Wolves has.
That’s what would make potentially selling him a risk. That said, he is still relatively unproven.
It remains to be seen if Wolves accept Brugge’s bid, or if Bruno Lage fights to keep a hold of the youngster.
He hasn’t had much of a chance to impress the new manager in pre-season due to suffering a hamstring injury.