Wolves defender Nelson Semedo has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for Italian giants Inter Milan.
According to Inter Live, the Portuguese full-back is someone they would like to try and sign this summer.
At the moment, Denzel Dumfries is being heavily linked with an exit from the club.
Inter see Semedo as a potential candidate to replace the Netherlands international.
But it is stated that the club would ideally like to pick up Semedo for free.
Currently, Semedo is out of contract at Molineux this summer. But the 29-year-old does have an option in his contract to extend by another two years.
Recently, it was reported that Wolves are likely to trigger this option. According to the Express & Star, the club have until mid-May to make their decision.
Since the arrival of Julen Lopetegui at Molineux, Semedo has been much improved.
The star really struggled in the first half of the campaign.
His poor performances, combined with the struggles of his teammate Jonny Castro Otto, led to reports about Wolves potentially moving for a new right-back in January.
But Semedo’s form has improved over the past couple of months. That meant Wolves felt comfortable pressing ahead without dipping into the transfer market for a new right-back.
Arguably at the moment, Semedo – who cost £29 million – is one of Wolves’ best players on current form.
Wolves need to be triggering that option to extend, as Inter Milan eye Nelson Semedo
Wolves definitely need to take up that option of extending Semedo’s contract by two years.
If anything it would be to protect his market value.
Allowing Semedo to leave for free at the end of the season just wouldn’t make any sense. Unless the player himself really wanted to depart.
But Semedo seems happy at Molineux and he is seemingly held in high regard by Julen Lopetegui, who praised him recently for his upturn in form.