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Wolves transfer news: Report shares how much Lazio hope to land Leander Dendoncker for

Lazio are reportedly keen to sign Leander Dendoncker this summer, and a report has claimed how much the club are ready to spend.

The Belgium international has apparently been on their radar for some time now.

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Currently, the future of Lucas Leiva is up in the air, with the Brazilian’s contract expiring in the summer.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic could also be moving on, with the 27-year-old thought to be a target for Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

So it seems Lazio are keen to make a push for Wolves star Dendoncker.

The 27-year-old will only have a year left on his contract this summer, and that could give Wolves something to think about if he’s not going to sign an extension.

Gazzetta dello Sport have reported (via TMW) that Lazio are hopeful of landing the player for between €20-25 million (£21-17 million).

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Wolves signed Dendoncker for a reported £12 million back in 2019 (talkSPORT), after he had spent a season on loan with the club from Anderlecht.

So it’s possible Wanderers could make a small profit on the star should they entertain interest from Lazio.

Wolves need to see if Dendoncker will sign a new contract, amid transfer interest from Lazio

It will be interesting to see what happens with Dendoncker this summer.

One would imagine Bruno Lage would like to retain the star, given his versatility and experience.

If that’s the case, then officials need to see if Dendoncker would be open to extending his contract.

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If he isn’t, then that should probably encourage Wolves to enter into talks with Lazio about a potential transfer.

If they are willing to pay around £20 million for him, then that would be a pretty good deal for Wolves given what was originally paid to sign him.

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