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Wolves transfer news: Rapid Vienna and others eyeing Wolves defender Bendeguz Bolla

Wolves defender Bendeguz Bolla is reportedly the subject of interest from Rapid Vienna and ‘many’ other clubs.

The Hungary international has been enjoying a very productive season on loan with Grasshoppers.

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Bolla signed for Wolves last summer for fee of £800,000 from Fehervar, before heading to the Swiss outfit to get some experience.

And Bolla has done just that, featuring 31 times across all comptitions.

Bolla has really caught the eye with some of his performances at right wing-back, and the youngster has showcased an impressive attacking style.

He’s scored four goals, and laid on three assists for teammates.

Despite his productivity and development, The Athletic say that Bolla’s prospects back at Wolves are not great.

Wanderers are well stocked in the wing-back positions.

And so it’s possible another loan move could be on the cards.

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Apparently, Austrian outfit Rapid Vienna are one of ‘many’ clubs to have already shown interest in the 22-year-old.

Back at Wolves, Bruno Lage currently has three options to play at right wing-back.

Nelson Semedo is the main choice, and had a really strong 2021/22 amid some injury problems.

Ki-Jana Hoever is the Portuguese star’s understudy.

And then Jonny Castro Otto is also capable of filling in, as he did when Semedo and Hoever both had hamstring injuries earlier this year.

Lage should take a look at Bendeguz Bolla in pre-season, as Rapid Vienna and other clubs show interest

Lage ought to take a close look at Bolla in pre-season ahead of 2022/23.

The star has had a really productive spell at Grasshoppers, and surely warrants some chances in the pre-season fixtures. That is something he has already spoken about.

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It is not out of the question that Hoever could leave Molineux this summer.

He has again played second fiddle to Semedo this term, and of course in March after the defeat to Crystal Palace, Lage criticised him publicly for not being as prepared as he perhaps should have been. He has not had any minutes for the first-team since that.