Wolves are seemingly going to miss out on midfielder Al-Musrati, who is nearing a move to Fulham.
According to Diario do Minha, the Braga midfielder has been in London to finalise a move to the newly-promoted Premier League side.
Manager Marco Silva is looking to strengthen his squad ahead of 2022/23 in a bid to stay in the division.
The Libya international has had a strong couple of years with Braga, and established himself as one of the best central midfielders in Portugal.
Sporting CP and Benfica had both wanted him.
And Wolves were also recently linked with a move for the star (via Birmingham Mail).
But it seems a move to Craven Cottage is on the cards for the 26-year-old.
It is currently unclear how much Fulham are paying for the star. But it was recently claimed that Braga were looking to bank around £13 million.
Wolves fans will be hoping that there will be a new midfield arrival at Molineux soon.
There has been a lot of noise so far about Joao Palhinha, with reports claiming that Wolves are ready to table their first offer for the Sporting CP star.
Al-Musrati will be an interesting watch for Wolves fans if he completes Fulham move
It looks like Al-Musrati’s move to Fulham could be imminent.
And it will be very interesting to see how he gets on in the Premier League.
He’s a holding midfielder, but has the potential to drive forwards. Potentially he would have made for a great signing for Wolves.
But Wanderers appear to be set on Palhinha, and hopefully that deal will get sorted soon.
It will be interesting to see which player fares the best should both complete moves to England as expected.