Wolves have reportedly reached an agreement with West Ham United to sign defender Craig Dawson.
TalkSPORT’s transfer reporter Alex Crook has claimed this evening that Wanderers have now reached a £3.3 million agreement.
The club are apparently now working to get the deal over the line in time for the player to face Manchester City this weekend.
Dawson is a player that has been on Wolves’ radar for some time.
The club tried to bring him in in the last window.
But West Ham refused to let the player go in the end as they couldn’t sign a replacement.
The Irons were looking to bring in Jan Bednarek, but he chose to sign for Aston Villa instead.
Julen Lopetegui has been looking to sign a new central defender with lots of experience under his belt.
Dawson has made 246 appearances in the Premier League in total, and has scored 19 goals.
Should this move come to fruition, and it now looks fairly likely, then it may be unlikely the club will be making a move for Atletico Madrid star Felipe.
Supposedly, he was another option for Wanderers, with Lopetegui having seen him several times during his stint at Sevilla.