Wolves look set to finish the January transfer window without a significant addition, with there apparently being no substance to the Aaron Ramsey links.
There were claims last night coming from Italy that Wolves could make a late loan move for the midfielder.
Ramsey had turned down several offers, and agent Jorge Mendes was said to be seeing to the situation on behalf of Wolves.
But it seems the chances of Ramsey holding up a Wolves shirt by the end of play today are very slim.
According to talkSPORT’s Alex Crook, there is ‘no substance’ to the links to him.
Of course at the moment, there is heavy speculation that he could be heading to Rangers. That would be some story.
Crook has also provided an update on Wolves’ apparent interest in Boubacar Traore.
Disappointingly, that deal ‘looks dead in this window now’.
Wolves were credited with an interest in the Metz midfielder yesterday. Apparently Wanderers were preparing to lodge an £8 million bid.
Frustrating news as Wolves set for quiet window
It seems Wolves are unlikely to bring in any players today.
Wolves not making any additions is undoubtedly frustrating.
Of course the team are doing really well right now under Bruno Lage. And there are injured players to come back into the fold.
But Wolves have a genuine chance of pushing for European football.
It just feels as though Wolves’ comfortable league position is actually counting against Lage.