Wolves manager Bruno Lage is said to have been in contact with Goncalo Ramos about a potential move to Molineux this summer.
According to journalist Pedro Sepulveda, who was speaking on Sky Sports News earlier today (12:24pm), the 46-year-old has been in contact with the Benfica striker in a bid to convince him to join his evolving squad.
He said: “Bruno Lage already made a call to Goncalo Ramos to find out if he wants to join Wolverhampton. Lage has told Ramos he wants him.”
Lage is finally getting the backing of Fosun this summer it would seem.
The club took a little bit of time to get going.
But Nathan Collins and Goncalo Guedes have both come in, and it has been widely reported now that Matheus Nunes will be the next player through the door.
Wolves are said to want a striker before the window closes, and Ramos is apparently someone the club has looked at.
According to Sepulveda, Wolves previously made a loan bid for him, with a €5 million (£4.2 million) loan fee and a €30 million (£25 million) obligation to buy.
It has previously been reported though that Benfica would prefer to sell in this window if anything.
Wolves signing Ramos would be a wonderful way to end the window.
The star has huge potential, and has started the current season in terrific form, scoring four goals in four games.
Ramos in after Nunes would cap off a brilliant window for Wolves
It looks like Nunes can now be considered a Wolves player, and the club following him up with Ramos would be hugely exciting.
The youngster has very exciting potential, and is someone Lage knows very well from his time at Benfica.
A good striker is pretty much the last piece of the jigsaw for Wolves.
If they are able to bring in Ramos on some basis after signing Collins, Guedes and Nunes, then Wolves will arguably have had one of the best windows of any Premier League club. Especially if the likes of Morgan Gibbs-White and Adama Traore are retained.