Striker Viktor Gyokeres has reportedly changed his agent, after recently being linked with a move to Wolves.
The Sun reported yesterday that the Sweden international has now linked up with Hasan Cetinkaya, leaving the Nordic Sky agency.
Supposedly, Cetinkaya has many top clients at big clubs the moment, including from Barcelona and Manchester United.
The development will add fuel to the fire about Gyokerers leaving Coventry City this summer.
The 24-year-old has had an outstanding season so far, scoring 19 goals across all competitions.
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Back in January, after Wolves had already signed Matheus Cunha, it was claimed that Gyokeres was a target for Julen Lopetegui.
Afton Bladet suggested there was interest, which was then backed up by the Express & Star’s Liam Keen.
In the end, Wolves felt comfortable progressing with Cunha, Raul Jimenez and Diego Costa.
Some feel it was an oversight for the club not to sign an out-and-out centre-forward. Since the January window closed, Wolves have not really managed to fix their final third issues.
It remains to be seen if Gyokeres is someone the club moves for in the summer.
It is like Diego Costa will leave when his contract expires. And Raul Jimenez may well also depart.
But there is the possibility of Fabio Silva coming back into the fold. Injured star Sasa Kalajdzic will also be an option.
Viktor Gyokeres is a player to keep an eye on, as he changes his agent
This is an interesting development regarding Gyokeres.
When players change their agents, it can sometimes suggest that they are looking to get a move from their current club.
Gyokeres could be a really good addition for Wolves.
He may not be experienced at Premier League level. But many opposition managers have spoken very high of him this season.
Slaven Bilic said of him during his time at Watford that he was ‘a very strong striker who is a real handful of a player’ (via Coventry Telegraph).
The likes of Ivan Toney and Ollie Watkins have done well in the top-flight. There’s every chance Gyokeres could too.
Hopefully Wolves will actually still be in the top-flight come the next transfer window.