Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly one of a host of teams showing an interest in Rubin Kazan’s winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia.
That’s according to the player’s agent Mamuka Jugheli, who has given an interview with Georgian outlet Sportall.
The 20-year-old has been carving out a reputation since making his debut for the club in July 2019.
Up to now he’s already racked up 55 appearances, and scored eight goals. He’s also laid on 13 assists.
Kvaratskhelia’s exciting potential has also carried him into the Georgia national team. He has eight caps so far, and three goals.
Speaking to Sportall, Jugheli said: “Khvicha is wanted by almost every team in the English Premier League, for example, Everton, Brighton and Wolves, but one thing is interest and the other is a real offer.
“Apart from Inter from Italy, Kvaratskhelia is also wanted by Juventus. There’s the interest of Atalanta, Napoli and Lazio. The initiative is shown by at least five clubs of the German Bundesliga.”
Tottenham Hotspur have also been named.
A dubious claim
Jugheli has named a lot of clubs chasing his client. That may just be to try and increase the bidding between the few clubs that actually are keen.
Wolves may or may not be on his tail, but the club have of course just signed Francisco Trincao on loan from Barcelona.
At this point, Wolves really need to bring in players that can improve the starting XI.
Perhaps Kvaratskhelia is one to revisit in another window.