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Wolves transfer news: Clubs eyeing Rayan Ait-Nouri

Wolves full-back Rayan Ait-Nouri is reportedly the subject of interest from a number of clubs, including Italian giants Juventus.

According to Calciomercato, the full-back’s situation is of interest as a result of his limited game time recently.

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Ait-Nouri hasn’t had as many minutes for Wolves following the recent breakout of Hugo Bueno at Molineux.

The 20-year-old made his debut back in October, and has seriously impressed.

He made his full debut against Crystal Palace, coming in for Ait-Nouri who was unavailable through illness.

Bueno has started every Premier League since then. In October, he won the club’s Player of the Month award, and was also rewarded with a new deal for his fantastic progression.

Ait-Nouri, though, reminded everyone of his quality yesterday when he replaced Bueno in the second-half against Everton.

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He made a great impact, and then scored the injury-time winner to seal all three points for Wolves.

His cameo will undoubtedly have given Julen Lopetegui something to think about moving forwards.

Calciormercato say both Juventus and Nice are keen on the youngster.

In a seperate article, it is suggested that Weston McKennie could be included in any deal for Ait-Nouri.

The USA midfielder is supposedly expendable.

Wolves would be fools to offload Rayan Ait-Nouri, amid reported interest from Juventus and Nice

It is little wonder clubs are keen to sign Ait-Nouri, who Wolves landed for £10 million.

He is a fantastic young talent who is currently behind Bueno in the pecking order. Although that may now be up for his debate following his showing against the Toffees.

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Wolves would be foolish to offload the former Angers full-back.

He has shown how key he can be for Wolves in terms of being an attacking outlet.

The club should definitely not be looking to offload him.