Wolves are reportedly in a transfer battle with AS Roma for Goncalo Guedes.
According to Tuttosport, via Football Italia, the Italian outfit are working on signing the Portugal international.
Their goal for next season is to finish in the top four. And they see signing Guedes as something which can help them do that.
It is stated that Guedes would be open to a move.
The player recently commented on his future, admitting he wasn’t sure where he would be heading this summer.
Back in April, The Telegraph reported that Wolves were going to make Guedes a priority signing this summer.
Wanderers struggled to score goals throughout 2021/22, and are being tipped to sign a new attacker.
Guedes is capable of playing both out wide and through the middle, and last season he scored 13 goals in 42 appearances.
It is claimed that Guedes’ market value value of £34 million has dropped recently, meaning there’s a chance for suitors to get a good deal this summer.
The player now has only one year left on his contract at Valencia.
Wolves up against it to sign Guedes with Roma interested
Wolves may find it tough to sign Guedes this summer with Roma keen.
Obviously they are managed by Jose Mourinho, who still has huge pull when it comes to attracting players.
Roma just won the Europa Conference League, and will compete in next season’s Europa League, which is likely to appeal to Guedes.
Wolves can’t offer any European football, although obviously there is a large Portuguese contingent at the club which he may want to be a part of.