Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim are reportedly considering signing two central defenders, with Wolves eyeing Stefan Posch.
According to Kicker, the club are thinking about life after the Austria international.
Last week, it was claimed by Sky Germany reporter Florian Plettenburg that Wanderers were keen on the star, and that there was potential for him to leave this summer.
He is valued at around £8.5 million.
It seems Hoffenheim could indeed be set to sell, with their manager André Breitenreiter adding: “We will certainly continue to have all eyes and ears open (for other centre-backs).”
Hoffenheim have actually already made one signing at centre-back in the form of ex-Liverpool and Norwich City loan defender Ozan Kabak.
The 22-year-old signed from Schalke.
Posch currently has two years left on his contract with Hoffenheim.
Wolves, of course, have already signed one centre-half already this summer, with Nathan Collins joining a couple of weeks ago from Burnley.
The Republic of Ireland international has already impressed out in Alicante.
Hoffenheim ready to sell Wolves target Posch after signing Kabak and considering others?
This is an interesting report about Posch, that does actually mention Wolves’ interest as well.
It does seem that the club are ready to offload the star.
The signing of Kabak is one thing, but the suggestion the club could target two more central defenders if Posch goes may indicate the club is ready for a bit of a shake-up.
It remains to be seen if Wolves come in with a bid.
At the moment, most supporters would prefer to see the club sign a striker, with Bruno Lage currently only able to call on Raul Jimenez after Fabio Silva was loaned out to Anderlecht.