Wolves target Haris Seferovic will cost £6.8 million to sign this summer.
According to A Bola, the Switzerland international is set to leave the Portuguese giants this summer, having been with them since 2017.
Seferovic still has two years left on his contract. But the club are open to moving him on.
Benfica are after £6.8 million if they are to give the green light.
And A Bola say the 30-year-old is the subject of interest from Besiktas, and that the player has agreed terms to join the Turkish giants.
But as of yet, there is no agreement between the two clubs.
And those claims came after Seferovic was pictured in a hotel lobby with Wanderers boss Bruno Lage.
Seferovic and Lage have previously worked together at Benfica, and it’s been suggested they could perhaps reunite.
Wolves are expected to sign a new striker this summer, given the struggles of Raul Jimenez and Fabio Silva last season.
Jimenez finished the campaign with six goals to his name after coming back from his skull fracture. And Silva didn’t score any, although he did struggle for minutes.
Clock is ticking for Wolves over £6.8 million-rated Seferovic, amid interest from Besiktas
If Wolves are genuinely keen to sign Seferovic and reunite him with Lage, then the club may now need to move fast.
It sounds as though Besiktas are poised to land him, with A Bola’s report stating they have ‘reached an understanding’ with the striker.
But crucially, there is no agreement between Besiktas and Benfica.
Wolves have a good chance to steal him away if they go and meet Benfica’s asking price.
Seferovic did well under Lage at Benfica, and the fact they were pictured together recently suggests the pair still have a good relationship.