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Wolves transfer news: Galatasaray interested in Yerson Mosquera loan

Turkish giants Galatasaray are reportedly interested in signing Yerson Mosquera on loan from Wolves.

According to Takvim, Gala are seeking to take the Colombian youngster for the second half of the 2022/23 season.

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Mosquera is the only first-team Wolves player who hasn’t got any minutes at all so far this season (barring the injured Chiquinho).

The £4.5 million signing from Atletico Nacional has not been handed a chance, with Nathan Collins and Maximilian Kilman the firmly established first choice pairing.

Toti Gomes filled in when Collins was suspended for three matches.

Mosquera’s lack of minutes has been somewhat surprising.

Some felt he would at least get a chance in the Carabao Cup.

But that hasn’t been the case, and now there is speculation he could be leaving in January.

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Takvim say Galatasaray are showing interest in Mosquera and would like to sign him on loan.

They are said to be very interested, and their manager Okan Buruk, has already given the transfer the green light.

Mosquera is also said to be willing to make the move, in the hope of getting some minutes under his belt this season.

This past week, Wolves have been heavily linked with a move for Atletico Madrid star Felipe.

Wanderers have been in talks over the Brazilian, as well as his temmate Matheus Cunha.

Yerson Mosquera could do with a January loan, as Galatasaray reportedly show interest

Hopefully this is something that comes to fruition next month.

Mosquera has been sitting on the bench this season collecting dust. He hasn’t had a single minute, and that isn’t good considering he missed a large chunk of last season through injury.

Wolves have very high hopes for Mosquera, whom former technical director Scott Sellars described as ‘very athletic, very aggressive and very competitive’, when he first signed. Upon signing him, the feeling was that the club had landed a real gem.

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He’s got to start playing soon, and it feels like that best chance he has of doing that is by going out on loan.

Especially with there being talk of Wolves bringing in Felipe.

If that move does happen, Mosquera will surely depart.