Reported Wolves target Kang-in Lee has reportedly turned down four opportunities to leave Valencia so far this summer.
The midfielder is now into the final year of his contract.
He has been heavily linked with an exit from the club.
As a South Korea international, Lee occupies a non-EU player slot within their squad.
With all those slots taken, Valencia cannot currently sign any more non-EU players.
According to El Desmarque a couple of days ago, Lee has turned down four exit proposals up to now. One is believed to have come from Wolves.
But the publication had another report yesterday claiming two teams had returned to apply as a possible destination for Lee: Granada and Wolves.
Valencia are said to want the striker Marcos Andre.
He is a non-EU player, meaning the sale of Lee is vital if they want to bring the Brazilian in.
Wolves to make late swoop?
Wolves have often been linked with Lee in recent weeks. It does seem like there is some interest there.
Given Valencia’s apparent desperation to offload him, perhaps there’s an outside chance he’ll come.
But the issue is he doesn’t really seem massively keen. And it seems he has turned down an approach from Wolves already.
It is important for Wolves to be targeting players who not only improve the starting XI, but are really keen to come.