Wolves striker Fabio Silva is reportedly attracting attention from some clubs across Europe.
The 20-year-old has been enjoying a pretty good season over in Belgium with Anderlecht, whom he is on loan with.
He’s been playing regularly and scoring goals, which is exactly what Wolves officials were hoping for.
So far, he’s bagged 11 goals in 32 games, and provided four assists.
His development with Anderlecht has now attracted the attention of some other clubs.
According to the Express & Star, teams in Spain, Italy and the Netherlands are showing interest in Silva, so Wolves have a decision to make.
Wanderers do not have an option to recall Silva themselves.
But the striker can move to another club this month if he gets the green light from Wolves. The club he would move to would also have to pay some compensation to Anderlecht, who had agreed a deal to take Silva for the whole season.
Wolves have no interest in selling the player.
Wolves have a decision to make, but keeping him at Anderlecht wouldn’t be a bad move
It will be very interesting to see how Wolves player this.
It’s a dilemma. The move to Anderlecht has been really good so far. If Silva plays just a few more games, he will have played more minutes this season than his two seasons at Wolves combined.
Wolves have to determine whether it’s more benefical for him to stay at Anderlecht, where he is firmly in favour and scoring goals.
Or try and facilitate a fresh move for him to a team that’s playing in a better league. La Liga, Serie A and the Eredivisie would all be a step up for Silva.
Given Silva’s struggles when he was at Molineux, it might be best to just keep him in place at Anderlecht. The move has got to be doing wonders for his confidence, which is so important for him.